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11 hours ago, Azeem93 said:

1. I just wanted to know where is the avg meter sensor is located.

2. I have driven 53k now , is it must to clean the fuel tank 

Not a must but i'm guessing you've carried out all the specified maintenance?

Any particular reason you're focusing on the fuel tank? ?

 

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On 5/26/2020 at 10:18 AM, Azeem93 said:

1. I just wanted to know where is the avg meter sensor is located.

2. I have driven 53k now , is it must to clean the fuel tank 

Why would you want to clean the fuel tank specifically? Is 53 k the overall mileage of the car? It's a bit too low for a car of that age.

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On 5/26/2020 at 9:31 PM, Devinda_Z said:

Not a must but i'm guessing you've carried out all the specified maintenance?

Any particular reason you're focusing on the fuel tank? ?

 

there is no specific reason just had an idea to clean since it has drove 53k.

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1 hour ago, Azeem93 said:

there is no specific reason just had an idea to clean since it has drove 53k.

Fuel tank clean up is least of the worries you should spend time on a GP1. Guess regular checking of the engine oil levels will be more helpful around this mileage. ;) 

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On 5/27/2020 at 11:19 AM, matroska said:

Why would you want to clean the fuel tank specifically? Is 53 k the overall mileage of the car? It's a bit too low for a car of that age.

Fuel Filter is located inside the Fuel Tank with pump right? What is the average mileage for cleaning Fuel Filter with Sri Lankan Dirty Fuel? (I mean the condition of the Fuel Sheds)  

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On 5/29/2020 at 6:14 PM, Randeewa said:

Fuel Filter is located inside the Fuel Tank with pump right? What is the average mileage for cleaning Fuel Filter with Sri Lankan Dirty Fuel? (I mean the condition of the Fuel Sheds)  

It's mighty conscientious of you to be proactive on this but I'm just wondering if it might be overkill?

I don't know if the GP1 has an in tank filter but most cars do have a filter of sorts fitted to the submersible pump.

Have you checked the fuel pressure and noticed a drop over the manufacturer specified levels? If not, then perhaps some fuel system cleaner and a petrol filter change might be sufficient rather than having to get in to petrol tank

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