This car has been sitting unused (unstarted) for probably 5 years in a garage in Michigan. It has very low mileage and sentimental value. I don't want to try to start the car and introduce fouled gasoline into distributor / injectors (don't know which it has). I expect there are many issues to tackle with a car this old and unused this long; but if the engine starts I can move ahead. If not, forget the whole deal. How can I, the amateur mechanic, drain the tank? I hear it's tricky trying to slide a siphon hose down the filler; I've been told there's a drain plug; but the car is close to the ground and I cannot get it to a shop with a lift for now. Someone said there is an access plate under the backseat where the sending unit is located. Can you advise me? Thank you.
have the same problem?
Thursday, December 18th, 2008 AT 4:42 PM