Remove the fuel tank according to the instructions specific to the make and model of your car. Drain the fuel into a fuel caddy. Clean debris from the top, and flush the tank with water. Clean the inside of the tank with... More »

The average size of a small to mid-sized car's fuel tank is 12 gallons. There is no standard fuel tank capacity, as automobile manufacturers choose fuel tank sizes on the basis of many factors, including the design and f... More »

Remove a fuel tank from a car by draining the gasoline, detaching all the fuel lines, disconnecting the rear brake lines and loosening the retaining brackets. If your vehicle is rear-wheel drive, you need to drop the rea... More » Vehicles Car Parts & Maintenance

A car's fuel filter is often located between the fuel tank and the fuel pump, although the exact placement will vary according to the vehicle's make and model. The fuel filter should be replaced occasionally as part of a... More » Vehicles Car Parts & Maintenance

Fuel tank capacity is the amount of fuel that fits into an automobile's fuel tank. The owner's manual of a vehicle normally includes the fuel tank capacity. More »

When using a fuel tank cleaner, first remove the tank and drain all of its fuel, and then clean any accumulated debris or rust that may be present on top of the fuel tank or its assembly. Remove the tank's lock ring, rem... More » Vehicles Car Parts & Maintenance

To repair a leak in the fuel tank of a vehicle, drain the fuel from the tank, and seal the hole with a gas tank repair epoxy. Repairs typically require about an hour to complete, but the epoxy should be allowed to dry ac... More »