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Unfortunately the service manual doesn"t seem to have the capacity for the CRD. All it says is:V6 engine - 66L (18 gallons)V8 engine - 72L (19 gallons)Bernie
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hmm ok thanks anyhow. As the computer states an average of 35mpg and 430 miles to empty that works out at 12.3 gallons - maybe I am being thick ?
Not sure what the capacity is Pad (or the maximum "miles to empty" you could expect), but 18 US gallons is a touch under 15 imperial. Did you stop filling on the first (or second) click of the pump? You can get quite a lot more in if you wait a few seconds between click and are patient with the fill.
66 litres equals 18 US gallons or, 14.5 Imperial gallons (1 US pint = 16 fl oz - 1 Imp. pint = 20 fl oz). Now, was the on board computer"s software re-written with this difference in mind?John
I"m sure I read somewhere (maybe in the owners manual) the CRD has a 20 gallon tank.. 20 point something, iirc
My car said it had 8 or 9 pints left and it took 67.78 litres at the pump ....... the owner"s book says it has a 72 litre tank. Or 19 US gallons. But the computer gives me 148 pints when full, and 19 gallons is 152 pints. Fine. The gauge probably can"t spot the top and bottom of the tank. Perhaps there"s a void in the top of the tank that can"t be filled.Parked on an incline recently my engine stopped with 4 or 5 pints showing. I also noticed that the contents changes going up and down hill.
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Within the Easter egg menu the Evic shows LT 161 and RT 161 which I assume is pints (is the US pint different to the UK one like the gallons are?). So that would seem to suggest that 161 (US?) pints is the maximum fill my car has achieved.You can fill the tank to the brim (I"ve had it spilling over) but I don"t think it"s advised these days (something to do with vapour lock I think)
Here"s a funny thing -- I"ve managed to get 80 lts in, on more than one occassion. At different petrol stations !.
Yes, 1 US Gallon = 4 quarts = 8 pints = 3.8 litres1 UK/ Imperial gallon = 4 quarts = 8 pints = 4.546 litresDon"t remember much from college , but I remember the , cause I was there for the changeover to metric. LOL See I reckon some New American immigrant brewer decided to make a profit and shortchange our American cousins, when he got over there, and thus he had pint glasses made smaller sized , so he could get more "pints " from his barrel of beer. Just my theory and another useless bit of info, LOL }
HiI have a 2007(57) UK CRD and my book says 70 litres (15.42 UK Gals)capacity however the most I have squeezed in is 74.13 ltrs (16.33 UK Gals) and the computer still indicated 45 miles remaining. I had covered 651 miles on that occasion.I am sure the tolerances set on the fuel station pumps differs from station to station.All the bestMotters
Hi Motters, and welcome to the forum. First off can you go to your public profile and put in your location - it gives the rest of us some idea where you are from. Next, have a look at the "Stickies" at the top of the European & Diesel page - I have put up some useful tips, ideas and information there as well as details of a couple of events (Meets) you might want to go along to. You will find we are a pretty cheerful bunch on here - there is a lot of leg pulling goes on but it is all in good fun. As with all things - the more you put into this forum the more you will get out of it.Now, I hate to disillusion you but it is a very serious offence for petrol stations to sell short measure. There are inspectors go around and check the amount dispensed by the pumps and there is not a great deal of leaway given. In general terms an indicated litre at the pump (at any pump) is or at least should be a proper litre measure.Cheers John