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Michael | 27 Feb, 2004 12:00 AM
I'd like to point out that the reason that the arrow is on a lot of cars.
The automotive standard for European cars is the side of the gauge cluster (from center) that the fuel gauge is on, dictates the side of the car the fuel door is on.

Many Japenese and American automakers acknowledge this and if thier gauges are not in sync with this standard, they use an arrow to correct this fault. Also - just for fun - the fuel door is always on the opposite side of the exhaust pipe (obviously this doesn't work for dual exhaust cars)
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Raj K | 08 May, 2004 12:00 AM
Interesting between Technical staff.
This point will help me; many times I am puzzled between my cars fuel doors.
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