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Fuel tank size 2000 Berlingo
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How big is the fuel tank size on a 2000 Citroen Berlingo hDi? Its got a turbo on it to. Its a work van but got no idea coz never run it below half.

Thanks :-)
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#2
Welcome to the forum "cookie991" :-) I don't know the answer, but I wouldn't worry as you say, it's a works van and you never run it below half a tank!
Not unless your planning something sneaky like! :-)
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#3
Hi, Cookie.
Capacity of fuel tanks for all Diesel engines: 60 litres
For Otto engines: 55 litres.
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(16-02-2011, 10:13 PM)pk7478 Wrote:  Hi, Cookie.
Capacity of fuel tanks for all Diesel engines: 60 litres
For Otto engines: 55 litres.


Hello Andre...Whats an "Otto" engine?
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Andre?

Yeh it should be 60 litres your tank.
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(16-02-2011, 10:20 PM)Pete Wrote:  
(16-02-2011, 10:13 PM)pk7478 Wrote:  Hi, Cookie.
Capacity of fuel tanks for all Diesel engines: 60 litres
For Otto engines: 55 litres.


Hello Andre...Whats an "Otto" engine?

Strange, but in my country children at school knows who is Otto, who is Watt, who is Diesel and who is Lenoire.....

http://www.animatedengines.com/otto.shtml
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I have a petrol 1.8i berlingo from 2000. Is the tank capacity for that the same as for diesels? Trying to work out some figures re MPG.
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(07-09-2012, 11:06 PM)horseunderwater Wrote:  I have a petrol 1.8i berlingo from 2000. Is the tank capacity for that the same as for diesels? Trying to work out some figures re MPG.

cant remember what it is but its not 60

all you need to do is fill the tank, drive it for a while & fill it back up,

miles driven - divided my litre needed to fill up - multiplied by 4.5 = mpg
MK1 Berlingo, Y-Reg 1.4 Petrol Now LPG Converted.
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(08-09-2012, 08:35 AM)john Wrote:  
(07-09-2012, 11:06 PM)horseunderwater Wrote:  I have a petrol 1.8i berlingo from 2000. Is the tank capacity for that the same as for diesels? Trying to work out some figures re MPG.

cant remember what it is but its not 60

all you need to do is fill the tank, drive it for a while & fill it back up,

miles driven - divided my litre needed to fill up - multiplied by 4.5 = mpg
And I do not have a working fuel guage - hence my problem - I am disabled and now cannot walk very far at all. So if I run out I am in serious trouble. I already had to call the cops 2 months back as I ran out on an A class road which was highly dangerous - I am working on approx 300 miles between fill ups and petrol cans leak fuel everywhere - I have little strength in my hands due to an incurable illness - carrying and using a can would be very hard to do.
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according to haynes its 55 litres
MK1 Berlingo, Y-Reg 1.4 Petrol Now LPG Converted.
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