Question about 1994 Chevrolet Camaro
I have a full tank & I need to drain to do some work. I need your help
Now either way you do this ALL the gas is not going to be out of your take but most of it will.
There are two ways
1. pick up a siphon at autozone or a similar store, and follow the instructions that come with.
2. the other way is find your fuel filter, and disconnect the ingoing fuel line connected to it. Figure out where you are going to drain the gas, then turn your ignition on and off until fuel stops coming out
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