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How do i fix a rusted out gas filler tube on my 1995 monte carlo ls

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I am unfamiliar with the exact car but there should be 4 screws under gas door and 2 clamps holding it to the gas tank

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Are you going to get a new one, or a junkyard replacement?
You have to take off the rear left tire. Secure the car with jack stands and chucks. There is a plastic cowl on the wheel-well that covers the filler tube to prevent road damage. Take it off. The filler tube is attached to the gas tank through a rubber connector hose (tube) adapter, secured to the gas tank and to the filler tube by hose clamps. Loosen both clamps.. You should replace the rubber connector, as it has been there for many years, and rubber degrades. Loosen about three or four bolts along the filler tube that attach it to the car body. The top part, by the gas lid, comes off easily, it's just a plastic dam. You have to carefully work it off the (other end) at the rubber hose connector. Once it's out, get the hose connector off the gas tank neck.
With the new filler tube, reverse the process. Getting the hose clamp tight over the gas tank neck is hard. Make sure the clamp is seated properly before tightening.
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you need to take the upper and lower steering column covers off, should be 3 screws in bottom, take tilt steering lever out if neccessary, it is a 2 peice cover, take apart, change switch and put back together

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you might check the crank and cam sensors

Posted on Jan 29, 2009

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SOURCE: How do I bleed the air out of the coolant on a

Look for a bleeder screw at the highest point of the coolant system, it is usually located on the thermostat housing. Once located open screw with engine off and cool, and pour coolant into the coolant resevoir/ radiator until steady stream of coolant starts to come out of bleeder screw.

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