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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

How many pounds are in a gallon?

A gallon is a measure of volume equal to 128 fluid ounces (fl oz). One fluid ounce of water weighs one ounce (oz). So a gallon of water weighs 128 oz, or 8 pounds.

A gallon of other liquids will vary in weight depending on the density of the liquid.

A gallon is a measure of volume equal to 128 fluid ounces (fl oz). One fluid ounce of water weighs one ounce (oz). So a gallon of water weighs 128 oz, or 8 pounds.

A gallon of other liquids will vary in weight depending on the density of the liquid.

Jun 03, 2017 | Cars & Trucks

Please contact the manufacturer with these questions.

Mar 16, 2017 | Cars & Trucks

Add 38 gallons of water to the current mixture assuming you have a 250 gallon tank. This will bring your current ration back to 32 to 1

99 gallons / 23 = 4.3

4.3(32-23)=38.7

99 gallons + 38 gallons = 137 gallons.

250 gallons - 137 gallons = 113 gallons Left to fill

113/32 = 3.5

Add 3.5 gallons of coolant to the remaining 113 gallons of water needed to fill your tank completely.

99 gallons / 23 = 4.3

4.3(32-23)=38.7

99 gallons + 38 gallons = 137 gallons.

250 gallons - 137 gallons = 113 gallons Left to fill

113/32 = 3.5

Add 3.5 gallons of coolant to the remaining 113 gallons of water needed to fill your tank completely.

Apr 17, 2016 | Cars & Trucks

Depends on what you have a gallon of. Water weighs 8.3453 pounds per gallon. Motor oil, being lighter than water, weighs only about 6 pounds per gallon. Other fluids will have varying weights. This is because a gallon is 128 fluid ounces, and a fluid ounce is a measure of volume, not weight.

Mar 04, 2015 | Cars & Trucks

Depends on miles per gallon of vehicle. Average mpg of say 15 mpg would take 15 gallons to travel 225 miles.(15x15=225). At $2.29 per gallon @15 gallons=$34.35. So figure out mpg of your vehicle and do the math.

Feb 27, 2015 | Cars & Trucks

There are .26417 US gallons to 1 Liter

OR

0.2199 Imperial Gallons to 1 Liter

OR

0.2199 Imperial Gallons to 1 Liter

Sep 16, 2014 | Cars & Trucks

Coolant should be mixed in most cases to a 50% concentration, meaning one gallon of undiluted coolant will provide two gallons of diluted coolant. Most engines will hold 2-3 gallons of coolant mix. I normally purchase two gallons of undiluted coolant. I pour the first gallon of undiluted coolant into the radiator, then fill the empty bottle with water and add that to the radiator as well to make it a 50% mix.. Then, I pour half the second bottle of undiluted coolant into the empty coolant bottle, and then top both off with water to make two gallons of 50% mix. I then add coolant to the radiator as needed until full, keeping the remainder for topping off later as air purges itself form the system.

Sep 04, 2014 | 1997 Cadillac DeVille

4 QT = A GALLON , 8 PINTS=A GALLON ,126 OZ = A GALLON

Aug 31, 2014 | Cars & Trucks

2 Door--19 gallons

4 Door--18 gallons Hope this helps

4 Door--18 gallons Hope this helps

Apr 15, 2009 | Chevrolet Blazer Cars & Trucks

hey

at the begging u should clarify how many gallon u used.

112 miles at 28 miles per gallon --> 4 gallons burned (112/28)

So that means we leaked 11 - 4 = 7 gallons

Now figure out how long the car was driving.

112 miles at 64 miles per hour --> 1.75 hours

So, leak was at a rate of 7 gallons in 1.75 hours

7/1.75 = 4 gallons per hour leaked.

at the begging u should clarify how many gallon u used.

112 miles at 28 miles per gallon --> 4 gallons burned (112/28)

So that means we leaked 11 - 4 = 7 gallons

Now figure out how long the car was driving.

112 miles at 64 miles per hour --> 1.75 hours

So, leak was at a rate of 7 gallons in 1.75 hours

7/1.75 = 4 gallons per hour leaked.

Jul 10, 2008 | 2008 Chevrolet Corvette

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