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Old 06-06-2017, 06:04 PM   #1
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Default Fuel consumption on a high side. Citroen C5 exclusive ride. Here. Detected 02 sensor

Fuel consumption on a high side. Citroen C5 exclusive ride. Here. Detected 02 sensor intermittent fault. Could it be that? Im getting about 9km/l?

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Old 06-06-2017, 06:51 PM   #2
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Fuel consumption on a high side. Citroen C5 exclusive ride. Here. Detected 02 sensor intermittent fault. Could it be that? Im getting about 9km/l?

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1.6 tons car.. what do u expect the cosumption to be?
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1.6 tons car.. what do u expect the cosumption to be?
Yaa... but reviewed said average 15

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Old 06-06-2017, 10:54 PM   #4
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i get 8.5 with 80 city 20 highway
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Old 06-06-2017, 11:17 PM   #5
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I get something 8-10 km/l. I think it's mainly due to Singapore's urban start-stop traffic. This car is well suited for longer drives though. On long uninterrupted drives, 15-20 km/l is not unimaginable.

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Old 06-06-2017, 11:23 PM   #6
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Btw, on the note of cost of petrol, I personally find no difference between 95 and 98 fuel on fully stock C5. Although I think some members here (and drivers of other cars with turbo engine) would suggest at least RON 98 of certain brands. I personally cycle through a few tanks of RON95 from each of the 4 brands available in SG and try to detect knocks using an OBD2 reader, but so far all are ok.

Therefore, to help with managing the cost of petrol, you might wanna consider RON 95.

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Old 07-06-2017, 02:16 AM   #7
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Bosch oxygen sensor. Should i grab this? Where is this to be plug in? Before the catalyser or after?

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Btw, on the note of cost of petrol, I personally find no difference between 95 and 98 fuel on fully stock C5. Although I think some members here (and drivers of other cars with turbo engine) would suggest at least RON 98 of certain brands. I personally cycle through a few tanks of RON95 from each of the 4 brands available in SG and try to detect knocks using an OBD2 reader, but so far all are ok.

Therefore, to help with managing the cost of petrol, you might wanna consider RON 95.

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Ya true man. Anyway thomas found My Lower arm need to replace. Sighh.

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Yaa... but reviewed said average 15

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From Sin to KL, 15km/L is achievable with a constant cruising speed.

Other than that, be prepared to see 8km/L.
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Ya true man. Anyway thomas found My Lower arm need to replace. Sighh.

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That's another part which is prone to wear. This is because of the soft rubber material used in the bushing.

Some actually stuffed rubber into the broken bushings and sealed it up.
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