I Keep Pushing It
I am sure 3 gallons are left when the light comes on, havent run out yet but at 21 mpg city should have around 60 some miles.
That's what I'm figuring. After putting about 10 bucks(3.95/gal) in my tank, I allowed it to run down until the light popped on once. Then I added 1 gallon, checked until that light came on again, checked the odometer, I got about 20 mpg city (Chicago). So now I'm adding fuel as I need it, planning all but the shortest trips. The light is not 'linear', it seems to come on based on how you drive and what's in the tank, but if I skip the first light, I'll refuel on the second, just to avoid that fuel pump problem. My Taurus is a 2003 model.
Here are some compatible fish:-5 CometsThe same size would be good, so they do not fight. They do not get on with fish that look dirnefeft to them-i don't mean the genes/mutations, but the breeds.They would need:-A big tank (30g is good)-Quality flakes fed twice a day.-Treats: Grated carrot, meat, frozen bloodworms, live triops, brine shrimp e.t.c-Gravel, a pump and ornaments with plants for oxygen. A filter is good.If not, then about five fan tailed fish. (Black moor-the tiny ones, and the others that are white with red heads, golden e.t.c.)INFO: Keep with the own breeds-they do not have very good sight-well, the black moors especially and other fish will take the food before them and then they would go hungry or have very little food. On themselves, they will eventually find it and have a equal and certain chance of getting foodThey need the same as moors.Some goldfish would be good too.Good luck:)I love animals.
You're supposed to use dillitsed water and dechlorinated water still has some of the impurities that dillitsed water does not. Fish are not triops. Few people are lucky. Get dillitsed water. You should experiment with a few triops in dechlorinated and dillitsed and some in an established tank and some outside.