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skiersareus

Draining the fuel tank?

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skiersareus

I currently have a 2001 Response LX, I think the kids may have ended up with water in the fuel tank from surfing, just wondering what the best way to completely drain the tank is? Thanks.

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skyskier

Buy an electric fuel pump and some gas hose and drain it out. If you find a responsible way to get rid of the gas, please let me know.

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DocPhil

I currently have a 2001 Response LX, I think the kids may have ended up with water in the fuel tank from surfing, just wondering what the best way to completely drain the tank is? Thanks.

just curious...how could they get water in the fuel tank?

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REW

just curious...how could they get water in the fuel tank?

Through the vent,

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jbower

I'd be careful pumping it out pier side. Dnr doesn't like it to much around my area

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