Question about 1993 Saab 900
Can I remove fuel without disturbing tank
You can try syphoning the fuel out, but gas tastes horrid!
Another option is to use the fuel pump to empty the tank; it's high pressure, so be careful with the flow from the end of the fuel line. The banjo connector at the end of the fuel rail atop the engine is easy to disconnect, but won't be the easiest to get into a container (use an approved container - and avoid burning up your car: cold engine, no sparks) You might want to push the end of the banjo into a large diameter rubber hose, and clamp the hose to the banjo line, so that you don't have leaks and can get the fuel away from the engine bay without having to hold or balance a fuel container.
Posted on Aug 09, 2009
If the fuel tastes terrible... add some ice, orange juice and invite friends over to help take turns... (it was too good to pass sorry) LOL.
Posted on Nov 19, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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