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Old 13 May 2008, 10:31 am
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Default how do i drian the gas from my 1999 honda accord?

tried to siphon it out but it has those screen i even removed the top bracket of the neck of the tank and found there to be another screen. i heard there is some kind of drain plug on the tank but cant find it so if someone can tell where that is or if there even is one that would be great. if not i have easy access to my fuel pump is there some way i can bypass it to force the gas out of a hose into the gas tank. it wouldn't be that big of deal but it is practically full and i have a lot time on my hands so i wouldn't mind doing what ever i could let me know if any one can help. thank in advance.
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Old 13 May 2008, 10:46 am
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to DRAIN the gas out of your car...leave it run till the gas runs out...otherwise you're not going to have an easy time...there is no drain plug on the gas tank, that would be dangerous and stupid.
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