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Is there a fuel drain plug, and if so, where?

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I'm afraid there isn't any. If you want to drain the fuel tank you will need to take it off. There is one chance. Take off the carpeting in the area over the fuel tank. Maybe there is hatch for a fuel pump. If there is such thing and you can take out the fuel pump, then you can drain it thru there.

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NO people woulds steal gas from cars.You can't siphon usually either for that reason.

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Hopefully your vehicle will have a drain plug in the bottom of the fuel tank*: remove this & drain the fuel.
With the plug still removed flush about 5-10 litres of fuel thru by putting in thru the tank filler hole as usual.
Replace the drain plug and put a FULL tank of fuel in (this will dilute any residue as much as possible)
*In the case of no drain plug the fuel tank will need to be removed & fuel drained out thru the filler neck, drain fuel, replace tank & procede from the 'put a FULL tank of fuel section of this instruction.
If the vehicle has been started with the bad fuel remove the fuel filter.
If the vehicle has an electric fuel pump* (more modern vehicles ie. Post 1985 [some vehicles still had & still do have mechanicle fuel pumps]) turn the ignition on with the fiter not in place, vthis will flush fuel thru the fuel lines pushing out the bad/old fuel. Take care as the fuel will be under a fair bit of pressure & "sqirt' out.
*If it is a mechanicle pump this can not be done in this way.
Replace the fuel filter with a new one.
Bleed the fuel system & start the vehicle.
Allow the vehicle to idle for 10-15mins before going back to your usual driving.
All shld now be ok but it is a good idea to routinely inspect the fuel system for leaks over the nxt 10 000km or six months (wich ever is earlyest) as in the case of puting petrol in diesel or diesel in petrol the different rubber and plastic items (such as 'o' rings) can begin to deteriate & leak in wich case they will require replacement.

All the best & I hope this is of some help & it works out for you...


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Fig. 7 Fuel Lines At Fuel Pump Module 42402626 NOTE: The fuel filter mounts to the frame above the rear of the fuel tank. The inlet and outlet tubes are permanently attached to the filter.
REMOVAL
  1. Release fuel system pressure.
  2. From inside trunk, disconnect fuel pump module wiring jumper from main body harness.
    • The 4 pin connector is located under the trunk mat on the left side of trunk near the base of the shock tower.
    • Locate body grommet for jumper near base of rear seat. Push grommet out and feed jumper completely through hole in body.
  1. Remove fuel cap slowly to release tank pressure.
  2. With vehicle on a hoist, drain fuel from tank. Support fuel tank with a support such as a transmission jack stand.
  3. Position a fuel approved container, with a capacity of at least 16 gallons, under the drain plug located on the bottom left edge of the tank.
  4. Remove drain plug and allow fuel to drain. WARNING: Drain plug must be installed at this time as there will be 1 to 2 gallons of fuel left in the tank .
  5. When tank is no longer draining, install drain plug. Tighten plug to 32 in lb .
  6. Remove driver's side fuel tank strap.
    • Loosen, do not remove, passenger side fuel tank strap allowing fuel tank fill neck to touch rear suspension cross-member.
WARNING: Wrap shop towels around hoses to catch any gasoline spillage .

  1. Disconnect fuel lines from fuel pump module Fig. 7 . These are quick connect fittings.
  2. Disconnect fuel supply line from the fuel brake module.
Fig. 8 Fuel Filter 42402627
  1. Remove fuel filter Fig. 8 .
NOTE: The fuel supply (to filter) tube, return tube (to pump module) are permanently attached to the fuel filter.
  • The ends of the fuel supply and return tubes have different size quick-connect fittings.
  • The larger quick-connect fitting connects to the large nipple (supply side) on the fuel pump module.
  • The smaller quick-connect fitting attaches to the small nipple (return side) on the fuel pump module.
Apply a light coating of clean 30 weight engine oil to the fuel filter nipples. Install fuel tubes.
  1. Install fuel tank, filter and tank straps. Torque tank strap bolts to 23 Nm (250 in lbs) . Make sure pump module harness grommet is installed in body as tank is raised into position.
  2. Lower vehicle and connect pump module connector.
  3. Fill tank with fuel.
  4. Connect negative cable to auxiliary jumper terminal.

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REMOVAL PROCEDURE

  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
  2. Drain all the fuel from the tank.
  3. Install and tighten the drain plug. Tighten Tighten the drain plug to 20 N.m (14 lb ft.) .
  4. Remove the fuel tank.
  5. Remove the retaining screws from the fuel tank.
  6. Remove the fuel pump assembly from the fuel tank.
    1. Cover the fuel pump opening in order to prevent dust, dirt, or debris from entering the fuel tank.
    INSTALLATION PROCEDURE

    1. Install the fuel pump assembly. Tighten Tighten the fuel pump assembly mounting bolts to 3 N.m (27 lb ft.) .
    2. Install the fuel pump assembly retaining screws.
    3. Install the fuel tank assembly.
    4. Fill the tank with fuel.
    5. Tighten the fuel filler cap.
      1. Connect the negative battery cable.
      REMOVAL PROCEDURE # 2
      REMOVAL

      CAUTION: When repair to the fuel system has been completed, start engine and check the fuel system for loose connection or leakage. For the fuel system diagnosis, see Computers and Control Systems/System Diagnosis.

      1. Disconnect battery ground cable.
      2. Loosen fuel filler cap.
      3. Drain fuel. Tighten drain plug to the specified torque after draining fuel. Torque: 20 N.m (14 lb ft) - M8
      4. Remove fuel tank assembly (1).
      5. Remove fuel pump (FP) assembly (2) fixing screws and remove the FP assembly.
      NOTE: After removing FP, cover fuel tank to prevent any dust entering.
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      1. Install FP assembly (2).
      2. Install fuel tank assembly (1).
      3. Fill the tank with fuel and tighten fuel filler cap.
      4. Connect battery ground cable.

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