Re: Gas filling problem
Another thought; when I owned my gas station the underground tank heaters kept the temp around 10-15C, which was fairly easy as they're a meter underground. Perhaps the fuel is too warm, and once it touches your -40C metal tube it evaporates more fuel than necessary thus creates additional back pressure making the pump think the tank is full? Just a thought. It's been a while since I've fueled in -47C weather. I had my Taurus a few hours north of Sudbury at a no-name station. Didn't have a problem there, not even with the gas.
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