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Closing Time Scene - Giant Haystacks - The Engines Running But The Petrol Tank Is Empty (CDr)

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  1. Mar 16,  · Not always the case. For the most part, it’s weight distribution. You’re trying to get the weight pretty evenly distributed between all four wheels, and clustering everything on one side doesn’t exactly help that. See the doohickey in the middle?.
  2. Jul 03,  · The messages usually read: "Warning! Due to increase of temperature in the next days, please don't fill petrol to the max. It will cause explosion in the fuel tank. "If u want petrol, then fill to half and leave a space for air. "This week 5 explosive accidents happened due to filling petrol to maximum. "Dont leave the msg stop here.
  3. May 23,  · Most motorists today are pained at the thought of filling up with gasoline as prices hover around $, but for those who put off the fuel stop until the last possibly moment, the costs could be.
  4. I have a Sonata Hyundai. For the last few months when I am trying to fill my gas tank the pump shuts off every 10 seconds or so. My tank is almost empty so it is not because the tank is full. My gas gauge is correct and not malfunctioning. It has been impossible to get a full tank of gas because the pump must be nursed along to put in small amounts of fuel, stop, and begin again. It is.
  5. Keeping your gas tank more than half full can save you costly repairs and the danger of running out of gas. Here’s why. Why it’s important to keep your gas tank full Condensation. Condensation can form in the empty part of your gas tank, and in the winter, that condensation can freeze, ice your fuel lines and cause no-start conditions.
  6. Even if a gas tank is near empty and there is a mixture of vapor and air in the tank that somehow catches fire; the best you could get would be a big ‘woosh’ that I don’t think could even rupture the gas tank. The gas tank in a car just isn’t strong enough to build enough pressure to create a thundering sound or grenade-like shrapnel.
  7. Mar 26,  · Ray: Actually, you probably just have a faulty gas tank sending unit. There's a float in your gas tank that floats down as the fuel level drops.
  8. Jun 19,  · Sugar in a gas tank is just an urban legend. It will clog up the fuel filter, which will have to removed and cleaned, and possibly the gas tank as well. But the engine itself won't suffer any damage. What can cause damage to the engine is water. T.
  9. In what’s called “phase separation,” over time, the ethanol allows water that’s in the gasoline to separate from the fuel and sink to the bottom of the gas tank because the water is heavier. Then, because, the fuel pickup is almost always on the bottom of the tank, you’d be picking up water to suck into your engine.

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