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Stephanie Talbot

Lack Of Power In My Hilux ? Help

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Hi all , Im new here and hopeing someone can help me, ive had my hilux for almost a year now, its a 53 . with nearly 90 0n the clock, hasnt done much hard work very clean engine, but looses power as soon as it hits a hill and im desperate to finid out why so if anyone could help id be very greatful !!

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Hi Stephanie, its a 2.5d yeah ?

When was the fuel filter last changed and serviced ?

You could ask the same question on the Hilux forum.

http://www.hpoc.co.uk/

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Hello and welcome to the TOC Stephanie..

Can I also ask what fuel do you run it on ?

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Hi Stephanie and welcometo the TOC. Maybe a good hard run is what it needs.

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thanks to all your responses , umm yes its a 2.5 and have changed filters , used some fuel cleaner whiched helped a little, as for what fuel i use's , well ummm not to sound like a girl but ?? obviously diesiel but im guessing thats not what you mean ?! haha

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Hi Steph, sorry I didn't make myself to clear.. what brand of diesel do you use.. also is it just the normal grade or the higher quality one ?

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When your tank gets low It maybe worth sticking in £5 - £10 worth of higher grade diesel, and see if that makes any difference.

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