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Gas Tank Size Again

Postby jaywoo65 [OP] » February 20th 2015, 12:27am

There was a discussion a little while back on a project build thread about gas tank sizes. Today I was looking at my build sticker for the exterior paint code and after I got that I started looking at the individual RPO codes and looking them up. I noticed that I had a 8E1 Code and it says it's a 3 gallon extra fuel tank. I did a VIN decode and it said 25 gallon capacity, but I sure hate to run it out of gas to test that theory.

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Re: Gas Tank Size Again

Postby akforceten » February 20th 2015, 4:14am

Well my 2000 astro has a 27 gal tank.
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Re: Gas Tank Size Again

Postby Lumpy » February 20th 2015, 4:54am

From my notes -

1985-1989 - 17 gallons (I4 engines)
1985-1996 - 27 gallons (V6 engines)
1997-1999 - 25 gallons
2000-2005 - 27 gallons

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Re: Gas Tank Size Again

Postby Yaycandy » February 20th 2015, 6:17am

uhhh yeah my 94 astro extended awd has that option. i am the original owner of my van. it says on my original option print out. 3 gallon reserve tank. i have no clue what it means either.
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Re: Gas Tank Size Again

Postby Yaycandy » February 20th 2015, 6:19am

sometimes when i fill up my van when its like really empty i can fit 29-30 gallons in it
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Re: Gas Tank Size Again

Postby 97cargocrawler » February 20th 2015, 8:57am

Yaycandy wrote:sometimes when i fill up my van when its like really empty i can fit 29-30 gallons in it


Well that's a new one. :think:
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Re: Gas Tank Size Again

Postby chevymaher » February 20th 2015, 11:03am

97cargocrawler wrote:
Yaycandy wrote:sometimes when i fill up my van when its like really empty i can fit 29-30 gallons in it


Well that's a new one. :think:

Baffles in the tank are hollow. If one cracked and leaked....................
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Re: Gas Tank Size Again

Postby ronaldperu » February 20th 2015, 7:58pm

My 96 AWD doesn't have reserve light indicator...I hate that
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Re: Gas Tank Size Again

Postby jaywoo65 [OP] » February 20th 2015, 8:11pm

If the standard tank was a 25 gallon and I have that 8E1 option, I'm wondering is it really a 28 gallon tank. I probably won't find out, I'd really really hate to have to replace a fuel pump because I ran it out of gas and burned it up. Today I got gas, it wasn't on E yet and it took 22 gallons. This was an ex Military van, which is why it's optioned kinda weird I think (Base van but with rear heat and air, power windows but no power mirrors - Until I added them myself).
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Re: Gas Tank Size Again

Postby DRZ » February 20th 2015, 9:17pm

the 25 gal tanks are really 27 BUT GM was changing filler necks trying to come up with a better design and for a couple years it would take longer to get the last 2 gals in than the rest of the fill up so they just labeled it a 25 gal tank. Kinda like HP numbers all over the place on some models when nothing changed.
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Re: Gas Tank Size Again

Postby chevymaher » February 20th 2015, 9:27pm

Really is it killin you to know the capacity down to the nearest significant figure. Can't sleep wondering how much it holds.

Really just buy a graduated cylinder. Take the tank off. And fill it using a scientific graduated and tested beaker. Now remember you have to put the rubber hose on. It will hold a gallon itself.

We expect results within a hundredth of a gallon. 3rd significant figure. And a detailed report of how you got the findings. So we can see if there was error in the testing procedure or the recording process.
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Re: Gas Tank Size Again

Postby jaywoo65 [OP] » February 20th 2015, 9:39pm

chevymaher wrote:Really is it killin you to know the capacity down to the nearest significant figure. Can't sleep wondering how much it holds.

Really just buy a graduated cylinder. Take the tank off. And fill it using a scientific graduated and tested beaker. Now remember you have to put the rubber hose on. It will hold a gallon itself.

We expect results within a hundredth of a gallon. 3rd significant figure. And a detailed report of how you got the findings. So we can see if there was error in the testing procedure or the recording process.


I can sleep just fine, thanks! And to me, three gallons is significant. I think I'll hold off on dropping the tank even though that is such a wonderful idea!! :idea:
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Re: Gas Tank Size Again

Postby DRZ » February 20th 2015, 9:42pm

OR, might could have Forrest check the mileage for you. He has quite the system
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Re: Gas Tank Size Again

Postby Lumpy » February 21st 2015, 3:07am

chevymaher wrote:
Really just buy a graduated cylinder. Take the tank off. And fill it using a scientific graduated and tested beaker. Now remember you have to put the rubber hose on. It will hold a gallon itself.



To get meaningful results, lookup the sequential number of your van to see what date and time it was built. Then research NOAA and Bureau of Standards to find out the temp and relative humidity, gravitational flux index and magnetic deviation to true north for the GM assembly plant in Maryland on the day and time it was built.

Otherwise the figures are just random numbers.


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Re: Gas Tank Size Again

Postby paulo57509 » February 21st 2015, 6:05am

I like the "fuel remaining" feature that's part of the info center in my Legend. It reads "distance to empty" until there's 2.5 gallons in the tank (yeah, there's a sensor in there) then it switches over to "fuel remaining."

There's even a procedure to calibrate it (run the tank until it reads 2.5 gallons or less; fill it up and add up the fuel remaining and what you add to fill it; adjust the total capacity accordingly).

I've run it down to 0.6 gallons a few times. Although the pucker factor was pretty high because it seemed like the low fuel light is on for a heck of a long time.
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Re: Gas Tank Size Again

Postby tedanderson » February 21st 2015, 6:52am

What I would do is go to a tractor supply store or something similar and get a 25 or 30 gallon fuel storage tank. Then I would top off my gas, siphon it out until I fill up the tank, and then I would see if the van still starts and/or if anything registers on the needle.

I wouldn't recommend any other type of container being that it would be quite dangerous to store that much fuel any other way.
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Re: Gas Tank Size Again

Postby dmilamj » February 10th 2016, 4:45pm

Can someone help me out on this gas tank size thing? I've got an '04 AWD. When my gas gauge gets to E and my Fuel light comes on I can only get about 14 gallons into the tank. This means I'm having to fill up every 200 miles or so to avoid the fuel light coming on. I've trying topping off and really riding the gas pump handle, but I can only get about 14 or 15 in the tank at a time.

If my tank is a 27 gallon tank, then I have to assume that my fuel level sender is not correctly calibrated, right? Can anyone give me some advice on how to recalibrate or otherwise fix this issue so that I get more like 22 gallons down before the fuel light comes on? I don't really want to get in the habit of ignoring the low fuel light.
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Re: Gas Tank Size Again

Postby icebrrg3rd » February 10th 2016, 5:19pm

dmilamj wrote:...If my tank is a 27 gallon tank, then I have to assume that my fuel level sender is not correctly calibrated, right? Can anyone give me some advice on how to recalibrate or otherwise fix this issue so that I get more like 22 gallons down before the fuel light comes on? I don't really want to get in the habit of ignoring the low fuel light.


Like it has been said, almost all the tanks are 27 gal. Unless someone modified the tank or there is a few bricks in your tank, you can ASSUME (we all know what that means) there is more fuel still in your tank. Best way is to have a few extra gallon gas cans and drive it til it dies. Then you'll know. If the float is wrong, you'd have to drop the tank and recalibrate the level (most likely adjusting the position) to get it right or just live with the light.

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Re: Gas Tank Size Again

Postby dmilamj » February 10th 2016, 6:47pm

Thanks man. Is it possible to adjust the float position easily after dropping the tank? I am not familiar with how these fuel level sensors work.
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Re: Gas Tank Size Again

Postby The Drummer » February 10th 2016, 7:11pm

the fuel tank in my 99 was bigger than the one on my 00 , that being said , fill a 5 gallon gas jug , run the van dry , put the 5 gallons in it then go fill it out , 5 gallons plus whatever it drinks at the pump is your total ,.
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