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Jun 10, 2012 - The same problem presist on slow speed also. ... Still the problem presist on sudden acceleration and when we strart up in signals. .... Ford ikon 2002 clx 1.6i starting problems start quick on running can it be the starter?

Oct 24, 2015 | Ford Cars & Trucks

462.6 km is about 287.4 miles. 33.17 liters is about 8.76 gallons. Dividing 287.4 miles by 8.76 gallons gives about 32.8 miles per gallon.

Jan 13, 2014 | Office Equipment & Supplies

This is the only information I could find on it for you:

TOTAL WATER USAGE

Regular Cycle Permanent Press Cycle

EXTRASMALL ........................................... Approx. 24 gallons .............................................................. Approx. 30 gallon

(20 Imperial gallons; 91 liters) (25 Imperial Gallons; ! 14 liters)

SMALL ..................................................... Approx. 28 gallons .............................................................. Approx. 36 gallons

(23 Imperial gallons; 106 liters) (30 Imperial gallons; 136 liters)

MEDIUM .................................................. Approx. 32 gallons .............................................................. Approx. 42 gallons

(27 Imperial gallons; 121 liters) (35 Imperial gallons; 159 liters)

LARGE ..................................................... Approx, 36 gallons .............................................................. Approx. 48 gallons

(30 lmperiat gallons; 136 liters) (40 Imperial gallons; 182 liters)

EXTRALARGE ........................................... Approx. 40 gallons .............................................................. Approx. 54 gallons

(33 Imperial gallons; 151 litersl (45 Imperial gallons; 204 liters)

TOTAL WATER USAGE

Regular Cycle Permanent Press Cycle

EXTRASMALL ........................................... Approx. 24 gallons .............................................................. Approx. 30 gallon

(20 Imperial gallons; 91 liters) (25 Imperial Gallons; ! 14 liters)

SMALL ..................................................... Approx. 28 gallons .............................................................. Approx. 36 gallons

(23 Imperial gallons; 106 liters) (30 Imperial gallons; 136 liters)

MEDIUM .................................................. Approx. 32 gallons .............................................................. Approx. 42 gallons

(27 Imperial gallons; 121 liters) (35 Imperial gallons; 159 liters)

LARGE ..................................................... Approx, 36 gallons .............................................................. Approx. 48 gallons

(30 lmperiat gallons; 136 liters) (40 Imperial gallons; 182 liters)

EXTRALARGE ........................................... Approx. 40 gallons .............................................................. Approx. 54 gallons

(33 Imperial gallons; 151 litersl (45 Imperial gallons; 204 liters)

Sep 02, 2013 | 3000aci 3000 Pound Capacity 120v Ac...

16.41 km/l

Apr 15, 2011 | Ford Explorer Sport Cars & Trucks

on normal that trk should be around 6-7 gallons used per one hundred miles drove. i based that at 15 mpg. now that is also based on a V8 engine. now 1 gallon of gas is 3.78541178 liters which totals 12 galons of gas to 45.42494136 liters. This would mean that it took 12 gallons of gas to travel 100 miles which totals 8.3333333333 mpg. not as good as i would have thought. 8 miles per gallon (mpg) hell that engine must be a big block 460. If it is that big cubic inch i could understand but any other motor should do better mpg than 8.3. so i agree that is not normal, tune up, or look for fuel leak in the fuel supply or( feed ) line. From the tank to the motor. This must be a canadian truck yes? well hope for the best or trade that guzzler in for a new breed. stay warm!

Jan 14, 2011 | 1993 Ford Econoline

there is a book publish by the govnt or minister of transport on the exact milage as well if you know how many liters or gallons go in your tank like 80 liters and the gas is 1.00 a liter it cost $80 for 80 liters on a full tank you do 500 km but make sure proper conditions of 100km a hour tires all proper equal pressure the wind is also a facture there is a lot involved to calculate your gas proformance as well if you had a oil change done latly you can find out on a govt site for gas consuption or consumers report

Dec 31, 2010 | 2003 GMC Envoy

to see what you get for mileage, take it to a gas station and fill it till the pump stops and reset your trip meter. Drive it around like you normally would to work or whatever till the tank is almost empty and go fill it up again till the pump stops. Its best to go to the same pump you used before. Once it is full look to see how many gallons or liters you put in(This is how many you used since the last time you filled up). Take the number of miles/kilometers from your trip meter(the number of miles/kilometers you drove since you last filled up) and divide it by the gallons/liters you used and you will get your miles/kilometers per gallon/liter. Compare this with the rating your vehicle is suppose to get. But remember it can very depending on how you drive.

Miles/kilometers divided by gallons/liters

Miles/kilometers divided by gallons/liters

Nov 19, 2010 | 2003 Audi A4 Cabriolet

Depends on how you drive, how long you let it warm up, etc. If it was getting say 20 mpg, it would use about 65 gallons to go 1294 miles (2082KM), Do you know how to check your fuel mileage? When you fill up, zero the trip meter, or write down the miles, next time you fill up, get a receipt with gallons (liters) on it and write down the miles, divide it by the number of gallons, this is miles per gallon. 200 miles divided by 10 gallons equals 20MPG . zero the trip odometer again and next tank you can figure it again. I write the miles on my reciepts so anytime I want I can check. Hope this helps.

Apr 30, 2010 | 2002 Acura MDX

Hi:

I am pretty sure that the light comes on when you have approx 1/8 tank left. In my honda, with a 12 gallon tank, that equated out to 1.5 gallons, or approx 45 driving miles on flat land in the city. Of course, you should check your average miles per gallon with your driving style , as well as filling the tank once the light comes on, to see how many gallons are left, and you will have an accurate number!

I am pretty sure that the light comes on when you have approx 1/8 tank left. In my honda, with a 12 gallon tank, that equated out to 1.5 gallons, or approx 45 driving miles on flat land in the city. Of course, you should check your average miles per gallon with your driving style , as well as filling the tank once the light comes on, to see how many gallons are left, and you will have an accurate number!

Mar 31, 2010 | 1994 Honda Accord

No, she will be able to make the trip with only 1 tank of gas.

Solution:

She has an 18 gallon gas tank.

1 gallon = 29 miles

The 18 gallons / tank multiplied by the 29 miles / gallon

= 522 miles / tank

She will run out of gas in 522 miles.

Solution:

She has an 18 gallon gas tank.

1 gallon = 29 miles

The 18 gallons / tank multiplied by the 29 miles / gallon

= 522 miles / tank

She will run out of gas in 522 miles.

Oct 12, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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