It is 18 gallons/68 liters.
67 Liters or 18 gallons.
it is on the passenger side of the engine compartment, and is part of the big silver accumilator.
Drivers side front of engine compartment. Big black box that splits in the middle.
17.5 gallons, approximately
It hold 18 gallons of fuel.
Dropping the gas tank is not necessary. There is a plate in the trunk that can be removed allowing access to the fuel pump module. Big time saver! Don't forget to properly reseal so gas fumes do not enter the passenger compartment.
Should be 65 Liters.
An OEM tank for the '89 La Sabre has a capacity of 18 gallons according to one internet retailer.
I believe the stock tanks are 4.2 Gallons.
I still get 19 in the center city and 27 on the highway with fifteen years on the car. It's surprising how well it does on the highway for such a big, comfortable car.
most any small block GM motor, maybe even a big block but im sure u'll rip that transmission out
Your 2001 LeSabre is rated at 20MPG City/29MPG Highway. I've found this rating to be fairly accurate. I average 20-22MPG when I'm not using the A/C and have measured highway mileage at just a shade under 30MPG. Pretty good for a big car that has a little pep.
Under hood, passenger side of car, near front. Has a red attachment on one side and black attachment on the other. Should say Duralast or some name in big letters on top.
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you will need to drop gas tank then there is a big nut on the fuel pump turn and take out fuel pump
for a tank of 2 goldfish it should be about as big as a big microwave
A big fish tank is as long as its been built. 'Big' is a subjective term. Ask yourself, how long is a big fish tank, to me? That is where your answer lies. For me, a 'big' fish tank is anything over at or over 4 feet long.
yes but it depends on how big the turtle is and how big the tank is :)
it depends on how big it is if it is a goldfish or beta it can be in a bowl.If it is one of those big tiger fish or aqarium fish then put it in a big tank. A fish will grow to the size of the tank or bowl. For instance, say a goldfish is in a tank, it will not grow as big as the tank; however it will grow big enough to be able to swim in their environment. The fish will not overgrow the tank. I had a six inch goldfish in a thirty gallon tank.