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Old 06-18-2015, 07:05 PM   #29
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Grandpa couldn't have a better grandson! This made my day. Thanks for the update.
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And more good news, unexpectedly passed California Smog first time, I really didn't expect that, but that's a huge hurdle.

Now off to the RV shop to test all the other systems (electric, cooling, furnace etc) once the tires are replaced next week
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Old 06-18-2015, 08:46 PM   #31
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You could replace that fuel filter with an inexpensive, generic, electric fuel pump & pump all that old fuel out.
This was my thought also, as it would be a very simple hookup and you should be able to drain pretty much all the tank contents easily, provided you have a way to temporarily store the old gas for disposal. It wouldn't take long and then you can easily reconnect the fuel line.
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This was my thought also, as it would be a very simple hookup and you should be able to drain pretty much all the tank contents easily, provided you have a way to temporarily store the old gas for disposal. It wouldn't take long and then you can easily reconnect the fuel line.
Problem with that was the in-tank pump was completely seized up and clogged, I wound up having to drop the tank to replace the pump, once the fill tube was disconnected I just dropped some fuel line in there hooked up to a cheap 20 dollar electric pump from amazon to get all that old gas out.
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