Today, after replacing several components on my new used car, I realized that the reason it wasn't getting the gas mileage it was supposed to because my coworkers take turns siphoning my gas while I work. FML

By thatshelpful / Thursday 2 July 2015 04:16 / United States - Council Bluffs
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Why would OP want to confront the police about it?

By  JohnTheDonJuan  |  11

How would replacing the parts lead you to that conclusion?

  FMLusername969  |  21

OP thought it was a faulty parts (i.e. oil filter) that was causing his poor gas milage. After replacing them and still having this issue he found out or someone filled him in on what was happening.

By  dudebo99  |  14

Are you flabberGASted at why they would do such a disGASting thing? *I'll see my self out, thanks*

By  thesmeagol  |  22

Put a bucket full of sand in your gas tank next time, that will teach them.

  thesmeagol  |  22

That's the point. Since op likes blindly throwing parts at a car instead of diagnosing the issue. This will allow them to continue doing so.


Blindly? They replaced some things. Maybe those things needed to be replaced anyway. When someone wonders about their gas mileage, coworkers siphoning gas isn't usually the first guess.

  thesmeagol  |  22

No but its pretty simple to see if you actually have bad gas milage. 1. fill your tank 2. drive for however many miles per gallon you should be getting on highway. 3. fill the tank back up You'll be able to tell if something needs replacing if you're way off the estimate. And doubtful as they only replaced the parts becuase they thought they were getting bad gas mileage.

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