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Most modern cars do not have a drain plug as the tanks are not designed for them.
Posted on Jan 02, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Sorry the isn't a drain plug on the fuel tank. Try this go to walmart or home depot and buy a kerosene can hand pump plastic cost $3 to $6 remove the hose coming from refill to tank cut off a piece of old water hose approx.5ft insert into tank from opening insert hard plastic portion of hand pump into water hose have something large enough to contain the fuel and start pumping open valve on pump to release pressure may have to pump several times to get it flowing good do not try to **** on hose pump will work once all gone reconnect hose and refill fuel with one bottle of Lucas fuel treatment and one bottle of Marvel Mistery Oil drive it all out refill fuel again with one last bottle of Lucas fuel treatment.
Posted on Apr 22, 2009
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