It depends on the truck ie;a volvo 780 burns 7.0 gallons in 10 hrs.
Effectively all the fuel that it burns while idling. You are getting 0 miles per gallon while idling.
It could take an estimated 1/2 gallon to 1 gallon idling for a hour.
4.7 liter per/hour
a lot more than needed to use
It is in the line under the truck about midway to the engine.
There can be many reasons why a car surges while idling. Some of these reasons are the computer could be dying, or the fuel injector are giving the engine too much gas.
the number of electricity wasted is wasted
none it runs from the sun
Too high of an idle could be producing too much fuel for your jets to work with
it idles quickly to save as much fuel, energy, oil, etc. as possible
If its carbureted might be forcing to much fuel flooding out
It varies from zero (idling) to a max of 38 % ... but the average is about 20 %.
$90-$140 after fuel, truck payment, insurance and wear and tear
too much fuel (unburned) getting into the exhaust. could be your oxygen sensor or catalyst converter. less likely, a leaking fuel injector
Depends on how fuel efficient it is, and how far its driven.
40psi +/- 5
This will depend on how hard you are using it. If the machine is idling, it is not going to use as much as when you are using it full steam.
That depends on how much you drive, the economy of the truck, and the price of fuel.
25,000 - 35,000L depending on configuration
Impossible to answer ! That would depend on the weight of the truck, road conditions, weather, engine efficiency... etc.
3,000 miliphantoms a year. It can be wasted by using 'BoBo' too much.
If it helps the fuel pressure at the fuel rail should be 3.3-3.7 bar with the engine idling. The holding pressure after 20-30 minutes should be, system pressure - 0.5 bar.