14 Articles
How to Get the Best Fuel Mileage For Your Car

The cost of vehicle ownership can be expensive, and weekly fill-ups at the gas station can make a huge dent in your wallet.

How to Replace a Fuel Filler Neck

The fuel filler neck on passenger vehicles is a solid piece of formed tubular steel that joins the fuel filler inlet and the rubber fuel fill hose on the gas tank.

How To Install a Locking Gas Cap

Gas caps can fail due to a number of reasons.

How to Drop a Gas Tank

The fuel tank on your car is typically located under the rear or middle of the vehicle.

Why You Should Always Keep a 1/4 Tank of Gas in Your Car

Everyone knows that keeping gas in your vehicle's fuel tank is a must.

How to Drain Your Fuel Tank

The majority of cars on the road today use internal combustion engines that use gasoline or diesel as fuel, and they store this fuel in a gas tank.

3 Essential Things to Know About Your Car’s Gas Tank

The gas tank of the vehicle holds the fuel, which makes the car run.

4 Essential Things to Know About Your Car’s Fuel Gauge

Few things are as frustrating and worrisome as running out of gas.

When Does the Gas Light Turn On in My Car?

Going to the gas station is a chore and many of us wait until the gas light is on and the tank is nearly empty.

Why Can’t I Top Off My Tank?

Nearly everyone who has been behind the wheel of a vehicle has pumped gas into the fuel tank until the tank was full.

How Long Does a Fuel Tank Last?

The fuel tank is responsible for holding the gas or diesel that runs the vehicle.

How Long Does a Fuel Pump Usually Last?

Fuel pumps are a simple and rugged part of the fuel system.

How Full Do I Need to Keep the Fuel Tank at Any Given Time?

While some people don’t think too hard about how empty their fuel tank gets or about how much they fill their tank when they do fuel up, others are convinced that there is some magical fuel level that will keep the fuel pump running forever.

How Does My Gas Tank Know When It’s Full?

Anyone who has ever filled up a gas tank has experienced the tactile "clunk" the nozzle makes when the fuel tank is full.