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Topic Review (Newest First)
10-11-2008 04:46 AM
RPM You should be fine. Just don't make any sparks.
10-10-2008 09:12 PM
Steve Heyward Yes, using a screw driver, not a drill.
10-10-2008 09:04 PM
Chevrolet4x4s Taking them out with a screwdriver right and not a drill?
10-10-2008 08:28 PM
Steve Heyward
Gas Tank Sending Unit

OK, I have dropped my gas tank in my 55 and I started to unhook the sending unit wiring and unscrew the sending unit to change out. I have drained the gas tank, but started thinking about the fumes in the tank and is it safe for me to proceed with unscrewing the phillips head screws and moving on with changing the sending unit. Is this risky or are we ok here? Thanks, Steve

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