How to Replace a GMC Pickup Gas Tank?

Answer Without gasoline, most vehicles wouldn't be able to drive, and to hold all that gas, you need a method of storage. Enter the gas tank, a typically 7 to 40 gallon box that holds fuel for your ride. ... Read More »

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How to Replace the Fuel Tank on a 1997 Dodge Pickup?

Your 1997 Dodge pickup features a gas tank typical of many trucks, which is located on the underbelly of the frame. As such, it can often receive dents and damage from gravel and rocks, all of whic... Read More »

How to Replace an In-Tank Fuel Pump in a 1993 Chevy Cheyenne Pickup Truck?

The hardest part of replacing a fuel pump on a 1993 Chevy Cheyenne pickup is removing the gasoline from the tank. In addition to needing containers to hold 20 gallons of fuel--if the tank is nearly... Read More »

How to Change a GMC Pickup Gas Tank?

Changing the gas tank on your GMC truck may be necessary if it becomes damaged or rusty. There are two steel straps that run under the tank and up to the frame rails of the truck for support. Dirt,... Read More »

How big is the gas tank in a 2003 Ford Ranger pickup?

The gas capacity of the 2003 Ford Ranger XL and XLT models ranges from 16.5 gallons to 20 gallons, while the gas tank in the Edge models holds 16.5 gallons to 19.5 gallons. The 2003 Ford Ranger Tre... Read More »