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As far as draining the fuel, there are two methods I have used. Hand operated pump with a long enough hose to reach in through the filler neck from the fuel door is one method, but requires a lengthy hose to get the job done. A second method that also works is pop the fuel lines off of the tank (you\'ll see it in the video) and attach a snug fitting siphon hose to one of the tank connection points on the fuel pump assembly. Using your pump, suck it dry into a safe container. You Will have gas spill from the lines when you disconnect them, be ready.
Posted on Feb 07, 2014
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