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I need to take the fuel out of the car because i am not using the anymore

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Hi marietjieh00,
Most modern cars don't have a drain plug in the fuel tank.
I assume it is petrol and fuel injected. Usually there is a pressure pump under the car on the fuel line or a fuel filter. disconnect the fuel line, and the fuel should drain out. If there is some left in the tank, you can turn the ignition switch to the on position, and it should activate the pump to pump the remaining fuel from the tank. You may have to do this several times.
Make sure you have a container large enough to hold the fuel, and remove it carefully, as it is highly combustible

Posted on Feb 10, 2014

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