Question about 1996 Mitsubishi Eclipse
Disconnect battery,remove the tank and drain it.The fuel pump is no good now too,replace it with new.After draining the tank,let it air dry for several hours so that ALL the moisture has dissipated.After reinstalling fuel tank with new pump,safely disconnect a fuel line up at the engine and place in a container.Add new clean gasoline,and cycle the ignition switch on and off so that the fuel pump will come on and flush the fuel lines of old contaminated gasoline and water.After a thorough flushing,replace the fuel filter with new.Also,add a small can of "Dry Gas" to the fuel tank as this will take any remaining moisture out of the tank.Good luck.
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