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My truck used to get about 18.5-19.5 mpg, while my daily commute was 32 miles, and about 95% highway. I now get around 14.5-15 mpg. I moved and my commute is now 6 miles, all city stop and go. I know there would be a difference between city and highway, but I didn't think it would be that drastic. Can the EBP sensor cause a reduction in MPG even though I have the EBPV unplugged at the turbo? The sensor was replaced last summer, and I cleaned the tube from the manifold at that time. Actually, I took it off and inspected it, but it didn't need cleaned. So can my fuel economy drop be completely contributed to my change in commute, or should there be something else I should check. I see no fuel leaks either
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