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Try using the testport on the fuelrail. You will need a compatible fitting, then let electric fuelpump pump out gas with ignition key ON, but do not run the engine .
Or disconnect the fuel filter.
Posted on Nov 01, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There is an anti-syphon screen in the filler neck of the gas tank. They do not have very large openings and the slightest debris will act like it is blocked. EIther have the screen replaced or completely removed, or don't put gas nozzle completely in the hole
Posted on Oct 14, 2009
Yes, it has a wire mesh type anti syphon device, if you desperately need to syphon fuel from the vehicle it can be pushed through with the hose pipe, but you may risk blocking the fuel outlet if the mesh falls into the tank.
Posted on Mar 24, 2010
SOURCE: Siphon gas from a 1999 suburban
easy ,take pipe off under the bonnet that feeds the injection system ,then run a wire direct from the battery to the live wire on the pump ,on top of the sender unit under the seat are two heavy wires and two light wires ,well teh heavy wires are the feed and the earth for the fuel pump ,wire will spark if you touch the earth one or the pump will run if you hit the feed wire ,simple
Posted on Jun 23, 2010
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