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Old 04-09-2013, 09:41 AM   #350
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Well, now I was really anxious,because to drop a Subaru tank just to check the fuel lines on top requires you to remove the exhaust, the driveshaft, the rear differential and the rear axles....not exactly something we were up for doing. I called David and he said it would be about a 3 hour job for him to do it, but he'd rather do it at his shop because he wants to fix the EVAP problem once and for all.

Any thoughts or ideas about making an access port/hole/cover over the top of the tank, in case this area needs addressed in the future, while in some remote location?
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