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2005 Camry 18.5 Gallon Tank

September 23, 2009 about Toyota Camry

I ran it down so that the needle just about right over the E line, and went and filled it up for 16 gallons. So I guess there's at least 2 more gallons once you hit E, which is about 60 miles going at 25-30 MPG.

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September 29, 2009 by jimm

you are so wrong.

November 3, 2009 by Steve

I've got an '05 Camry also and it is supposed to have an 18.5 gallon tank. I've never been able to put more than 16.5 gallons in it, and I usually drive well past the light coming on.

August 1, 2012 by Alyssa

I have the same car and mine has an 18.5 gal tank. I bought it from the dealership this year it was a trade in and when I filled it up it took $75. We only fill it up twice a month and dont let it get below 1/4 tank if we can help it. (It doesnt burn up your fuel pump if you keep it above 1/4 tank.) I love this car. It is awesome on gas and very comfortable on long trips.

April 1, 2013 by Rudy

Option one: Two fancy goldfishoption two:female (Not male! ) betta fish. oiotpn three:A mix of Kuhli loaches , and guppies. Option four:Platy fish. Five:Mollys six (community tank):Female bettas, Angle fish, a few mollys, and kuhli loaches.Many, MANY more. Just remember goldfish need twenty gallons for the first one, and ten gallons for each additional fish. and, the only fish that will get along with one of them are Kuhli loaches and Koi. Make sure you have a double power filter and check your water often I love animals.

April 1, 2013 by Rudy

Option one: Two fancy goldfishoption two:female (Not male! ) betta fish. oiotpn three:A mix of Kuhli loaches , and guppies. Option four:Platy fish. Five:Mollys six (community tank):Female bettas, Angle fish, a few mollys, and kuhli loaches.Many, MANY more. Just remember goldfish need twenty gallons for the first one, and ten gallons for each additional fish. and, the only fish that will get along with one of them are Kuhli loaches and Koi. Make sure you have a double power filter and check your water often I love animals.

September 20, 2013 by SAM

I have filled my 2002 Camry with 18.9G once! I was running more than 20 miles after the E light came on! In average, when the light is on, I still have around 0.9G in the tank. While they don't recommend it, I always fill my car and top it off! Any ways, when I do so, I have 50 miles to drive... No worry about the GAS staying in high level.

3 days ago by Eunhee

this is a great question bsacuee I'm preparing a 10g tank also! first of all, clean your tank with just water. You can use hot water. The best way would be to take a hose to it outside if you have it and have a clean rag ready to wipe it all over. Dry it with another clean rag or paper towels.Your list seems good. Make sure you have a clean bucket for when you do water changes. Also, know what kind of lights you want in case you want real plants for it. You also need a stand. hmmm trying to think what else. I think that's it.I like your stocking plan. I'm going to have two bettas I think with a divider in the middle. You also might like a clean towel near your tank whenever you stick your arm in there for whatever reason. Oh, you also need a surge protector for all your electric components. Also, you can register at an aquarium forum (there are many active ones on the Internet), to get specialized answers. hope that helps.

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