Question about 2005 Chevrolet Impala
Fuel fill is not plugged & takes around 15 min. to fill
ONE THING YOU CAN CHECK IS THE SCREEN INSIDE THE FILL NECK BUT YOU MUST REMOVE THE TUBE THAT IS ON THE TANK. THERE IS A STRAINER ON THE BOTTOM OF THE TUBE THAT NOT ONLY PREVENTS SIPHONING OF THE FUEL BUT KEEPS DIRT AND LARGER PARTICLES FROM REACHING THE INSIDE OF THE TANK. IF THIS IS CLOGGED IT MAY HAVE BEEN VANDALS OR EVEN SMALL CHILDREN AT PLAY. IF THE CLAMP THAT HOLD THE NECK TO THE BOTTOM OF THE TANK IS THE CRIMP-ON TYPE THEN CAREFULLY CUT IT OFF THEN REPLACE WITH A STAINLESS ONE THAT CAN BE REUSED. HOPE THIS HELPS YOU. VERY CURIOUS TO KNOW. BUT EMISSIONWIZ KNOWS HIS STUFF SO I MAY BE WAY OFF. GOOD LUCK
Posted on May 08, 2009
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