i don't know about older cars but newer ones the tank is actually sealed and is under a vacuum.
Basically, no they won't. On automobiles they usually have the fuel cap as the breather. There's usually a small hole or something in the cap.
You need something to replace the gas as it leaves. Older cars either vented the fumes to the air or into an "Evaperative Canister". Basically just a can with some charcoal in it to absorb the gas fumes as it expands and contracts and then it has a small hose going to the intake system to be used by the motor to keep the air clean. "Some" of the newer cars have a sealed system that takes care of all that automatically. You have to be careful when replacing a lost fuel cap as some need the cap to have an air bleed hole to let air into the tank. If you put a sealed system type fuel cap on a non-sealed system it will prevent the fuel from flowing.
Not on a stock fuel injected car. The pump is in the tank.
Mounted on top and inside the fuel tank. Look for an access panel above the fuel tank inside the car to gain access to the pump without removing the fuel tank.
No not without a source of ignition on any day.
In the fuel tank. You can access without dropping the fuel tank. It's located on the front side of the tank. Remove the 6 screws and carefully pull it out or the fuel level sensor will get damage.
After removing tank from car you can siphon fuel out.
it would be in the gas tank You may be able to access fuel pump via back seat. There is a panel you remove, and you can get to top of fuel tank sending unit, without removing tank from car.
Yes, just do not weld on the fuel tank and unhook the battery to prevent electrical failures.
it is in the fuel tank. You have to remove fuel tank from car to get to I can access my fuel pump, which is in the gas tank, from the trunk.
under car near r/f of fuel tank under car near r/f of fuel tank under car near r/f of fuel tank
With a half a tank of fuel and one 190lb person in the car 3400lbs.
In the fuel tank