Re: [DML] Trunk Weight Capacity and Fuel Tank
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Re: [DML] Trunk Weight Capacity and Fuel Tank

Yes, this worked fine for me when I swapped out my fuel baffle.  

John Hervey's site has a diagram for the RPM relay by-pass used to 
run the pump.  My hose was a little short so I had a helper to shut 
off the by-pass when my 5-gallon gas can filled up from the tank.

Poured the first can into my wife's Yukon and saved the second 
container to go back into the D so I could get it to a gas station 
when I was done.


--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, Chris Murley <qumefox@xxxx> wrote:
> Steve wrote:
> >Group,
> >
> >I am trying to siphon all the gas out of the tank to replace the 
fuel accumulator. Thanks.
> >
> >
> >Steve
> >VIN#04421
> >
> >
> It seems like your talking about the fuel pump instead of the
> accumulator.  The pump is in the tank. The accumulator is in the 
> roughly in the exact center of the car.  To my knowledge you 
> have to drain the tank to change either. Though if your replacing 
a fuel
> pump, it would probably be best to give the tank a good cleaning 
> your in there.  As far as draining the tank, one of the easiest 
> i've seen is unhooking the fuel pump output and adding a length of 
> running to a container, then just power the pump and let it drain 
> tank. Though this would only work if your not replacing a dead 
pump in
> the first place. :)
> --
> Chris
> VIN# 03209
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