<VV> Late model fuel system help needed

Frank DuVal corvairduval at cox.net
Sat Jan 8 20:44:34 EST 2022

You can drain most of the tank by disconnecting the 5/16" hose that goes 
to the sending unit and drain it with the car level. Then when ready to 
remove the sender, make the passenger side slightly higher than the 
driver's side and the gasoline remaining in the tank shouldn't slosh out 
too quick. Note a full tank is 14 gallons, so have three empty 5 gallon 
cans ready.

Has this sender been in there since before you bought the car? Has it 
ever worked right during  your ownership?

Frank DuVal

On 1/8/2022 12:03 PM, N2VZD TIM via VirtualVairs wrote:
> Possibly bad ground at tank (look under right front wheel ) or at dash under a bottom screw  to the right of the steering column.  Sender removal is the lock ring by the right front wheel. Just have drain pan ready under it and no ignition sources nearby. No bending of the arm , check float for a leak (ck weight).
> Anybody have the forms needed to pay chapter dues to C O R S A?    I was asked to try to help  find them.  Regards & thank you  , Tim Colson  C N Y Corvair club.

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