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Old 11-26-2019, 05:17 AM   #1
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siphon gas 96 park avenue

What is the easiest way to drain gas from this car?The fuel pump needs replaced.
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Re: siphon gas 96 park avenue

I have yet to replace a FP that I could not bump start. So I usually route a hose from FP test port to another vehicle gas tank...and jumper FP relay, then Whaaaap the gas tank, until I hear it run- then let it pump the tank dry...Then drop the tank and replace the pump.
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