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Old 10-02-2011, 10:58 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Water in Fuel tank Tech!!

I have a small tech write up/advice for you all. But before I get into the tech, lets cover the basic steps on HOW to get water in your fuel tank. This by far is the best way to get utter failure. So here we go:

Step 1: after a full day of running around town, refill your fuel tank with 93 octane fuel. The most expensive is always better.

Step 2: Make sure the cap is not fully seated after filling. Just place it in location. This works best with quick removal/top mount caps on fuel cells. This makes it look like its sealed, but it really isn't.

Step 3: Park the jeep/rig outside all week long. Make sure you have only the bikini top on.

Step 4: Watch the rain shower/storm pound the everliving shit out of your ride, while its outside, with out a tarp or cover on. Notice how the top of the fuel cell is getting pounded to death with rain/showers.

Step 5: Don't do anything to fix it for the rest of the week. Because the cell cap is sealed shut right??!!

Step 6: Wait until the next Sat evening to start up the jeep. During this process, the fuel pump will send the contaminated fuel into the fuel rail, and the return line. This will ensure the ENTIRE fuel system is now contanimated. Yes the jeep/rig will start right up from the good fuel sitting in the lines. But will quickly die a sudden death when the bad shit gets in there!!

Jeep/Rig is a 1993 Jeep YJ. And I don't have room to put it in the garage because my buggy project takes up all the space.

So these are the proper steps to gain utter fail. Fun times
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was able to flush it today. Got it purring like a kitten like normal. Just pissed had to spend about $60 in gas and chemicals to flush/fill the system. Lost half a day. Didn't get shit done on the buggy.
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