Question about Mitsubishi Galant
Well you might want to park the car at an upward angle so the gas feeder stem can get to the gas. I have a 94 Honda Accord and assuming it has the same size tank, you might get about 2 gallons or three to be on the safe side. Also once you put the gas in and before you crank the car, hold the gas pedal to the floor for about 30 seconds and then let go.. wait a few seconds and crank your car. You should be on your way...
Posted on Jan 27, 2009
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