Question about Pontiac GTO
Carborator fuel drain
Have you ever seen a fuel drain on anything
but power equipment, small engines
I assume you have & are looking at a tripower
carb set up
Why would you need a drain?
I was around & had brand new 65 vette,327/365 carb
I never bought the 1964 GTO, because I wanted
the HI Pro 421 & it only went to the nascar & professional
super stock drag teams.
Posted on Jun 12, 2012
SOURCE: 2004 Pontiac GTO 2004
You will need what is called an oil vacuum pump. They are not very expensive (around $20-$30 US) & are usually available at your local auto parts outlet. They are basically an oversized syringe with a flexible rubber or plastic tube instead of a solid steel probe & will usually hold about a metric litre. Hand operated. Use this to withdraw as much oil as you can from the Diff, it is impossible to get every drop. You will also find it handy to refill the diff, but flush it out first with kero or diesel. I also recommend draining all you can in one step, then waiting 1/2 an hour to 45mins and doing it again to get the last bit.
Posted on Dec 07, 2009
Testimonial: "Thanks very much DJ for the advice. I used this method years ago on other vehicles and was hoping there was a more efficient means available. Cheers"
Hello! Yes there are fuses...There is a Black/Pink wire that runs from the ignition switch to the fuse box...Also the Neutral Safety/Back up switch passes battery to the starter motor AND is also fused...See print below...Have to be under 150KB in size...If you can not zoom in on it let me know...In the center is the fuse box..Guru...saailer
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Posted on May 07, 2012
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