sixcrows, my car has a 10 gallon tank, but I won't go into the reasons why since you said you've already read the other threads on the topic. My 2 cents worth, and many think it's not even worth that.
That's this (unofficial) site; smart USA.com shows it as (for the umpteenth time): Fuel tank capacity (reserve) 8.7 gal (includes 1.3 gal reserve)
Y'know what? I am still surprised every time somebody gets so irritated by revisited topics. Quite frankly, I found myself surprised to STILL be driving with 0.0 gallons of fuel, so I shared this on the forum.sixcrows, my car has a 10 gallon tank, but I won't go into the reasons why since you said you've already read the other threads on the topic. My 2 cents worth, and many think it's not even worth that.
I was having the same problem. Joey at tech support recommended:Sounds like 9.9 gallons or 33 liters.
Now I just have to get my ScanGauge to understand. It either tells me my fill up was 25 gallons or 2.3 gallons when the pump says 7. Operator error I suspect.
Changed my avatar accordingly.sixcrows:
I SO totally agree with you!! I've posted things before, and gotten hit with that same 'you dumb-a$$...this has been discussed ad nauseum' attitude.
Makes me just sign off & not come back for awhile! But then again, there are SO many nice, helpful, funny people here, that I try to ignore the occasional Grumpy-Gus!
May I just suggest that you stop reading and responding. Go look at another topic! I am relatively new and got slammed by people like you when I discovered what I thought was an anomaly and posted it, looking for information, not a lot of moning and groaning about "Oh nooooooooo", not again"[email protected]!!My frustration is not so much with asking the question again, but that it has been asked and answered many times. People HAVE run their cars dry and filled up, techs have posted, the manual has been interpreted, but there's always someone that says "but it still isn't clear". Instead of asking, as minke-in-sa says, test it and find out, because no one seems to believe what anyone else says. I don't see how "asking the question agaon" will yield any new knowlege. Test it. Run it dry with 1 galon gas can in the back, then go fill it up. Then you'll know. No need to post the answer because there will be many that won't believe you, and will "ask" again.
Go look at the other threads, they were incredibly circular.
There are many threads here that are very useful, this topick however has been beaten to death..