There are so many variables that might be involved in your calculations regarding 1/2 a tank and 1/8 of a tank, i.e.: Was the air pressure in your tires the same both ways of travel? Did the relative ambient temperature remain constant? Did you purchase the gas at the same vendors during both legs of the trip? Are you certain that your engine did not develop any changes while traveling? Did you stick to the same octane rating on all the gas you purchased? I'm just trying to point out that it could one or many factors. Gas stations are a highly regulated business by many governmental departments- I doubt anyone was tainting their gas.
I meant the made it to my 1st destination from a full tank to 1/8 tank.
All conditions were the same. No change in weather, pressure, etc. I used the same octane as before. I seemed to get better milage from an exxon station but I don't remember where I filled up the first time.
I do remember that the first station was inside the city and the Exxon station was along Interstate 10 in Louisiana and not in town. I was thinking that since people develop habits of going to the same station to fill up that it would benefit them to come back as much as possible rather than a station along the highway where you get fuel as soon as you need it.
Wind direction is the likely answer. I have achieved nearly 4 additional MPG going one way, and lost it on the return trip.
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It is the nozzle you insert into your fuel tank filler neck to pump gasoline into your vehicle.
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It goes where you put the gasoline, in the filler neck.
You can not. There is an anti siphon valve in the filler neck.
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Filler neck to the gas tank
Open fuel filler door, remove gas cap, turn on pump, insert gasoline nozzle into fuel filler opening, squeeze handle and fill tank.
Not sure what year or model your vehicle is but the filler neck could be rusted thru.
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You can't, there is a check ball in the filler neck that prevents siphoning.
The area by the fuel filler should have a label reading "either diesel only" or "unleaded gasoline only". The area around the fuel gauge should have something like that also. If all else fails open the fuel filler cap and see what it smells like.
Based on what I've read, this typically occurs when it was not installed properly.
The Fuel Filler Neck is the Gas Tank Pipe that directs the flow of gasoline or diesel down to the Fuel Tank. They commonly rot out in the rust belt regions of the US and Canada.
Open the trunk and check the gas filler hose. My 63 did the same thing and we found a 1/4" hole in the rubber filler hose. i hope this helps. good luck.
The fuel vent may have debris in it. Usually part of the fuel filler neck.
Ordinary 87 gasoline, the same you put in a car. It depends if it is a four stroke or two stroke engine. If the engine has a separate filler for oil then plain petrol will do. If there is no separate filler the 25 to 1 petrol /oil mix should be OK.
The filler plug is on the right side of the transmission. Its easiest if u have a pump to do it . It takes gear lube not atf.
Check filler hose are top of gas tank for damage.
On my 98 town car it was the (fuel vapor vent valve) located under the skid plate covering the tank. When I disconnected the small rubber lines, water came out. After draining the water from the lines and reconnecting everything I had no problem filling the tank.there maybe a smaller rubber hose that goes to gas tank inside of the larger hose that has collapsed or has disconnected.remove filler neck and large hose clamps etc...maybe hard to get to connection on gas tank.AnswerCollapsed filler hose? I had a similar problem and had to run the car up on a piece of 2x4 to get the filler higher than the tankAnswerCollapsed filler hose? I had a similar problem and had to run the car up on a piece of 2x4 to get the filler higher than the tank
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