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Old 08-06-2014, 05:03 PM
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easiest way to drain front fuel tank

long story short.....its full of gas

I tried a siphon pump in filler neck but must have something in it I cant get the hose all the way in.
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You could pull the filler neck off the tank and try and siphon it out. There is room to get at the front one without dropping it.
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To do would be install 6.0 intercooler (need pipes and boots)
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switch the selector to front tank, take the line off the fuelpump, and put a high flow electric pump on the line. hook to battery, and pump it out.
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