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Is there a fuel drain plug for an 88 cavalier, it has sat for almost 2 years and i need to drain the gas before i fire it up

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Sorry, there is not fuel drain plug. There are several ways to get the old fuel out. Using a siphon is one, or removing the fuel lines from the tank and cycling the key to let the fuel pump push it out. The last method of course is to drop the tank and empty it.


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