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How do you siphon gas from 1991 new yorker?


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Answered 2006-08-02 13:04:46

Siphoning gas from a tank can be very dangerous. Swallow or inhale a very small amount of gas and you can be seriously ill or die. Purchase a small inexpensive hand pump from most auto parts store and use it to pump the gas out of the tank. You will need to purchase a long enough piece of plastic tubing to reach inside the tank.


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