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    Quote Originally Posted by Ron_2015_Civic View Post
    You bought it used, so the previous owner may have done engine modifications, tuning, exhaust......
    Best to get back to Honda programming. Check if the Cat-Converter was removed from the exhaust.
    Most likely if he had his cat removed you would most definitely hear it & without a Tuner an active Engine light would be on. It's less doubtful someone would run a for example Honda-Data & not remove it from the car before it's traded in or repo'd.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Claudio10 View Post
    Hey! Thank you for responding.
    Actually my driving isn’t too bad in the dashboard it says that I’m getting 7.5/100 kms and then when I press too much the gas that indicator goes up to 8.5 or 9.0 sometimes but most of the times I have on 7.5 or 7.7/100 kms.
    The problem for you is that you find that there is little average consumption?? for a CIVIC SI, 2.4 liter engine?

    The SI here in Chile gives 7,7/100 km in higway and 9/100 km in city(as an average). I don't know what difference you will have there or what average consumption expects there in the USA / Canada, but should not vary, it is the same car, same engine

    I personally use 97 octane gasoline

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