The answer isn't that simple. The answer depends whether the car is fitted with an 'Automatic Fill Limiter' or AFL. If it's AFL just fill until the action stops. If no AFL, prepare to read a lengthy procedure.......
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Im sure they are all designed around the standard assumption that consumers are basically stupid, so I'd just go for it, fill it till the pump stops pumping. It never hurt me hehe. Mind you if it did blow up i probably woudlnt be here to tell you about it, but then again i probably wouldn't have felt any pain either.. Actually come to think of it im sure the tanks are designed so that if they do blow, they blow out of a weak point on the end of the tank, so if you do try my method of filling, it might be best to stand away from the ends of the tank just in case..
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