Question about 1986 AMC American Motors Eagle
Posted by Anonymous on
You don't need to remove the tank, just use a siphon hose to remove the gas into a gas can and get rid of it that way. You an get hose and a suction bulb from an auto parts store so you don't have to suck the gas up with your mouth. Then just put the proper ends into the tank and can, squeeze the bulb until gas is transferring, when the can is near full pull the hose from tank. This works perfectly every time.
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