The function of your Jaguar fuel tank is obvious: it is the reservoir that holds the gasoline or diesel fuel you use to power your car, truck, or SUV. The size of your Jaguar fuel tank will vary according to your vehicle's make and model. Generally, trucks and SUVs have larger Jaguar fuel tanks than cars because they burn more fuel faster. Your Jaguar fuel tank is made of metal and protected with a rust resistant coating to combat corrosion on the inside on the tank. Most Jaguar fuel tanks are held up against the underside of the vehicle with two or more metal strips supported by clamps. Though your Jaguar fuel tank can sustain damage through direct impact, it is far more likely that you will end up needing a new Jaguar fuel tank due to leaking caused by corrosion. In general, the rust resistant coating inside your Jaguar fuel tank will last for quite a whilebut it will not last forever. Eventually the effects of time and moisture will begin to rust your Jaguar fuel tank from the inside out. If your Jaguar fuel tank springs a leak near the top somewhere, you may be tempted to not replace it and simply stop filling the tank completely. However, even with a leak near the top of the Jaguar fuel tank, the gasoline can spill out while you are driving and create a potentially dangerous situation by spraying combustible fuel all over your hot exhaust parts. You don't have to put off replacing your leaking or damaged Jaguar fuel tank when you place your order from our extensive online catalogue with your choice of ordering through our secure online server or by calling our toll-free customer service number.