I have to agree with kravdraa about the consistant fill-up proceedure. This is the only way to be accurate on the MPG figure. I do the fill-up to the top, minus the air-bump. I fill it myself usually at the same pump every week. There are people at work that claim they get X mpg, but until they do it properly, I don't value their figure. And usually it's rather high, ie: "My 1998 Dodge 3/4 ton 4x4 extended cab used to get 34 mpg on the highway towing a 40ft trailer full of lead!"
Ya, uh huh. Ok, maybe an exaggeration, but you get the point.
Ok, I'm done now.
-------------------- 1994 Chev S10 Ext.Cab with C223 5spd
1991 S10 Sonoma Ext.Cab with C223 5spd - SOLD
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