[Mgs] Siphoning Gas

Richard Lindsay richardolindsay at gmail.com
Thu Oct 22 14:13:44 MDT 2020

I had the same problem. I disconnected the fuel hose, added a a long bit of
hose and with the coil disconnected, used the fuel pump to pump old fuel
into jugs.

On Thu, Oct 22, 2020, 3:02 PM Dan DiBiase <dan.dibiase at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi all.... My '76B, which was off the road for 5 years, was recently
> returned to me from the shop. They added some new gas but did not siphon
> out the 5 year old gas (which was just under 1/2 tank when I had it towed
> in. The car is running pretty rough so I want to siphon out most of the gas
> before I fill it up. It is currently showing as just under 1/2 tank, so
> around 6 gallons or a little less (assuming gauge accuracy).
> I was able to pump out about 2 gallons but am wondering if the interior of
> the tank is baffled, as I can't seem to move the hose beyond a certain area
> and it's not sucking up any additional gas. Would really like to remove a
> couple more gallons before I fill it up.
> Thx,
> Dan D
> '76B-  Getting There
> '65B - Waiting It's Turn
> Central NJ USA
> http://dandibiase.cbintouch.com/
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