[DML] Re: Kind of gassy (smelling)...
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[DML] Re: Kind of gassy (smelling)...

Not difficult, but pay attention to how it goes together. This is a 
much more pleasant job if the tank is low on gas before you start. You 
probably ought to plan on replacing the lower rubber support ring (aka 
boot) as well. 

When you take that cover off you'll probably see fuel on top of the 
pump. With all that cracking you may also have water in the tank by now 
so you should look at the bottom of the tank, keeping an eye out for 
water and rust.

Dave S

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "formula969" <formula969@...> wrote:
> Noticing gas smells in the car, I took a look at the tank and found 
> Would this be the likely reason?  Do I need super-mechanic skills to
> replace that rubber cover?
> Thanks for any advice.
> -Ryan


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