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Re: Fuel Cleaning Service - Yes or No?

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Originally Posted by christyleigh View Post
My answer to your basic question is YES, but I would be asking exactly what they are going to do to clean the sludge out of an '82 tank without an inspection port.
He uses the fill opening. Fuel is drawn out, run through filters, then forced back in at high pressure, causing sediment to be dislodged from the bottom and sides of the tank.

Sorry to hear of your experience.
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