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Old 24-12-13, 06:33 PM   #1
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after filling my 106 up last night (petrol) hit a puddle and it killed the engine, got home got it working, any driven it 100 yards to day and engine went boom, so am going to scrap it

what is the best way to get fuel out of the tank, as engine wont start, it had a full tank


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Old 24-12-13, 06:45 PM   #2
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many ways take the pipes/take the drain plug out if it has one pump it out
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stupid question, where is the drain plug, I got a eletric pump, so as long as I can get a hose to fuel, can get it out
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I can get to the fuel pump, under rear seat, which side comes from tank, as might be able to attach to this and pump out with the pump I have
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The way i did it was to put live to fuel pump and have a can at the fuel filter, i removed front line into filter then powered fuel pump. You can do this with the ignition key but it only primes for a few seconds which is why i ran a wire from battery to the pump.

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Old 24-12-13, 09:48 PM   #6
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Cut the wires to the tank pump and feed them from a battery feed the outlet at the front straight into your replacement cars tank thats how i do it.

There is no drain plugs on modern cars.
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