i dont know on that specific van but i can give u my general knowldege if you can get under there and see the gas tank there may be a valve you can open other than that i would take the gas line off and open the gas cap. I just did this as I was changing the fuel pump. There is no drain valve, but simply get under the car, disconnect the fillerneck hose where it enters the gas tank (it's attached with a hose clamp), then use a hose and a pump to drain the tank. It's easier to do it this way as you won't have to fight the kinks and bends in the filler neck when trying to get the hose in.
standard was 22 but Chevy had an optional 33 gallon tank
Not sure about a 1992, but a 1993 G20 fuel pump is definitely in the tank. It's an electric, turbine-type in tank design. My understanding is the 1991-1994 are all the same.
In the fuel tank.
25 OR 33 WAS OPTIONAL I think it's a 33 gallon, but I'm not entirely sure.
In the gas tank. You need to take the tank down since it's on the top of the tank.
Order one from a GM dealer
You need to lower the fuel tank to get at it.
The fuel relay on a 1992 Chevy G20 5.7 liter, 350 is under the hood attached to the firewall at the top, just under the wind screen
It is in the throttle body.
Read your owner's manual.
inside the gas tank and it comes out the top.
I don't think there were any carburetors on the 1995 G20's so it is an electrical fuel pump inside the tank.
yes you can.
i have a 1989 g20 w/ 5.7 engine 33 gallon tank
I have an '86 G-20 van, it has a 33 gallon tank
Usually top of gas tank since float attached to monitor level.
G20 is a 3/4 ton and a G30 IS A 1 TON
fuse box chevy g20 van
plug on pumpkin on front of rear end on passenger side
fuses for a 94 chevy g20
The 1990 G20 Chevrolet Van fuel relay switch is located on the front of the fuel tank. The relay switch is next to the fuel pump.
On full tank regular with 4.3 V6 over 300 miles. 325-highway
Remove the water supply hose from your 1992 Chevy thermostat housing. Remove the thermostat housing retaining bolts. The thermostat can be lifted out. Reverse the process to install the new thermostat.