Question about Cars & Trucks
Typically you have to drop the tank and drain it the way it went in, this way it lessens your chance to get your gas stolen. Personally I'd siphon it out but u can drop the tank or pull of the gas-engine lines and drain it that way
Posted on Aug 01, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Sounds like whatever condensation there was in the tank froze and upon thawing, instead of staying on the lining of the fuel tank, it combined with the fuel. There are several products that are very good at removing moisture from the fuel tank. I always preferred Dri-Gas. Several bottles along with a full tank of gas should have you straightened out after driving the truck for about 100 miles.
Posted on Jan 10, 2010
cannot replace the orings it needs a high pressure pump if it not the line the lines are replaceable...not toobad to replace the pump however
Posted on Mar 06, 2011
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