I most likely have dirty fuel
, which undoubtedly came from the tank and not the fuel
The tank is easily accessible and easily removed. I and a few friends should be able to deal with this. I have containers to pump the old fuel into, a containment system to keep any spills from polluting, and a place to dispose of the dirty fuel.
I overheard a conversation about building a pump to pump the fuel out using part from an auto supply store. Can anyone explain this to me, what I would need to get and how it would be hooked up? I can't see spending hundreds of dollars to have something done I can do myself. If my tank were inaccessible that would be different, but it's not.
Please (don't mean to be rude) -- no speculation about "It might be this" or "might be that." What I really need to know is how to put an external fuel pump
together so I can empty the tank and solve this problem.