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FRONT TANK PROBLEMS AFTER REMOVED


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Posted by Jason_L on March 04, 2007 at 16:53:35 from (64.12.117.14):

i purchased a 95 f150 for use in the woods and around my dads farm. well the brake line went along the frame rail (next to tank)and the front tank was swiss cheese(hasnt been used in years) so i decided to just get rid of it. well i didnt have the tool to remove the gas lines so i just cut them on the pump side. when i started the truck gas sprayed from the line. what do i need to do? I dont need the front tank since its mostly a woods truck. i figured gas woulndt be in the line since im using the rear tank... but when i had the ignition 'on' to tow it out of the barn it didnt spray, it seems like it would cause they build pressure when theres power, right? id love to fix this in the morning so any help is greatly appreciated

Thanks
Jason


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