DanRealtor said:The button is on the dash, lower left corner, next to the button marked FC, (flux capacitor). At least that's where it is in the SRT-8. I think its the same in all the 300's.
Hope that helps.
marlinspike said:What do other cars have? Every car in my family (1994 Olds, 1998 BMW, 1985 MB, and the SRT) open the same way. What's the alternative?
ME too. Glad we were not at the same pump at the same time. That would have been a funny siteUkyo Yoshiro said:HAHAHAHHA the first time i wanted to fill up i had the same thing happen to me, i came up to the gas door thing and then i was like... WTF? and i didn't know how to open it so i just started pressing on it on different corners and it opened, well yeah i think its the left side. good luck! :silly:
You just need to create a seal around the siphon tube and the filler neck, then use something faster than the built in hand pump to get the suction started (some people use their mouth...which is insane if you ask me, but a small air pump would work). Of course doing it this way won't use the self-powered feature of a true siphon, but it will draw the gas out.Ari said:theres a block of some sort halfway down the tube. Laws of physics can't help you there.
I have a syphon set up that I use to transfer fuel on my boat and tried sticking it in my car one day to test the theory and it didn't work.