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Bad fuel i need to drain fuel tank can someone tell me how to do this i have 2004 vl800 volusia

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Remove the speedo display from t5he top of the tank. undo the bolts that hold the tank onto the frame.
there is a pushfit connection which is sort of mid tank area. this is one of these squeeze and push things.

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Turn off fuel tap ,disconnect fuel pipe from carbs .drauin fule using tank tap into container ,or remove thwe tank from the bike ,take care to remove all pipes connected to frame work .like overflow pipe / breather pipes etc etc .

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