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Yes, if you really want to. You have to have a long enough hose

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Yes, you can siphon gas out of a 1991 Buick LeSabre, which is handy if you happen to put diesel into the tank rather than gasoline. Just use a hose with a pump or some type of suction device to remove the bad gasoline from the tank.


You need to siphon it out. You'll also need several gas cans if the tank is full.


The manufacturer's service manual from 1968 says "Approx. 21 gals.", which matches what I see during fill-ups of my Riviera.


You can not. There is an anti-siphon valve in the filler neck.You can not. There is an anti-siphon valve in the filler neck.


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If you are on ice or if you press on the gas hard then that is normal.


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You can't. There is an anti-siphon device in the filler neck.


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use a section of 5 ft hose and suck on it till gas comes out to syphon



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