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There is not a drain for the gas tank in your vehicle. Very few if any fuel tanks have a drain in them.

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What is the procedure for draining the gas out of the tank to change the fuel pump


  • remove the negative battery terminal
  • open the gas lid and remove the tank cover.
  • under the car , under the gas tank is a drain valve , Its like a bolt)
  • connect a running hose and let water flow under the car, (optional)
  • get a large flat container
  • remove the drain valve from the tank and let the gas run out into the container. when its almost full cover back the valve, empty the container in a gas container an then continue to drain.

easier method but most people say its unsafe,

you need a hose and a gas container,

  1. pop the hood,
  2. locate the gas filter
  3. remove the hose leading to the gas filter, put it in your hose and place the other end in the gas container (ITS LIKE YOUR extending the hose to your gas container instead of the filter.
  4. turn on the ignition and watch the gas pump out the tank to your container, (pump must be working for this to work)

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you could try to siphon the gas out with a hose. careful, though, gas can be harmful or fatal if swallowed.

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