Discussion in 'General' started by Metalhead, Oct 24, 2019.
You need some Honda polish or something
When you refer to sides in the car building business, you describe the two sides as if you're in the vehicle. Left is drivers side, right is passenger side.
Tell that to the Japanese
1/1? What third world country is that thing from?
Not always true. I had a rental car once where i went by that (it was the gas pump symbol like the other waaayyy too large pic above shows) and when i got out to pump gas it was on the other side.
So which is the driver’s side on a McLaren 720S? Mind blown.
I've had a few Inifinitis in a row (made in Japan) and the gas cap is on the passenger side.
On the Mexican truck with the green gas cap is on the driver's side.
My Mercedes... right.
My Camaro is on the right side.
Which market was it built for?
2013 -2018 Focus as well
You mean McLaren F1?
The problem isn't the left vs right. The problem is with traffic management. Everyone should pull in one end and out the other end like Costco does it. And they have hoses long enough to stretch to the other side.
My wife's Lincoln is right side fill and it's made in Canada so it's a foreign import?
Man I stewed over this all day my ‘86 4Runner was on the right.........I had to dig up pics to be sure. Weird ‘yota is inconsistent like that even with truck chassis’. We had a 78 corolla wagon too, but I’ll be damned if I remember which side on that one. Christ.........this thread has me realising how many Toyota’s we’ve had. At least 3 more came to mind typing this
1966 Malibu Wagon - Left
1963 Impala - Left
1966 Mustang, 1972 Olds Delta 88 - Center rear
I've had old Ford and Chevy trucks, with the filler on the left, right behind the drivers seat. To fill the tank behind the seat. No danger here...
Hey MetalHead, I hope someone runs over your stupid head while you're standing out in the street on your tippy-toes trying to piss in your gas tank after running it dry.
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