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Chevrolet Camaro Fuel Tank

How to Keep Your Chevrolet Camaro Fuel Tank in Good Shape

Like the human blood, your vehicle's fuel is crucial in running the car. It needs to remain pure and uncontaminated so that the vehicle can work properly. And as part of keeping the fuel clean, you need to maintain your Chevrolet Camaro fuel tank in good condition. Remember that the gas tank holds the fuel, so whatever the condition of the tank is, the fuel will surely be affected. Here are some guidelines you can try to preserve the fuel tank:

  • Prevent fuel contamination by cleaning the tank.

Anything that goes inside the gas tank can stay there for long, including dirt, dust, and other debris. So when contaminants settle inside, the tank's inner walls may get compromised. This might also happen if you refill your gas tank with sub-quality fuel.

You need to clean the fuel tank periodically if you want to avoid a costly replacement. Reading up on your vehicle's manual can help you familiarize yourself with the tank. However, if you are not keen on doing the dirty work, you might as well get your car to the nearest auto body shop to have it steam-cleaned. Shops do a good job in washing it, and they can also tell you if the gas tank has gone bad in some areas.

  • Perform fuel draining periodically.

Draining your vehicle's gas tank makes way for cleaning it and ensures that no sediments are left inside. You can do this by locating the fuel cap and temporarily removing it. Prepare a can to receive the drained fuel, as you may still want to use some of it. With this procedure, you can evaluate if the fuel is not contaminated. Take note that you have to dry the tank thoroughly after draining the fuel so that corrosion will not form inside it.

  • Purify the drained fuel.

When you have finished draining all of the fuel, you can assess whether the gas is still good enough to be returned to the tank. Check out if any debris has fallen into the fuel gas can, and see if you can sift it out. Though you can always fill it up with new gas from the gas station, you still need to use some of your old fuel to drive your car there. To filter the fuel, you can use a gas caddy that is usually packaged with aftermarket filters. It makes fuel-sifting faster and with less effort needed.

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  • Safest Ways to Install a Chevrolet Camaro Fuel Tank

    It's almost impossible to drive to your destination safely without a properly working fuel tank. Since it's responsible for storing the vehicle's gas, your Chevrolet Camaro fuel tank must always be in good shape if you want a worry-free drive. Over time, the gas tank can get damaged due to various factors such as contaminants. When you discover that it's time for a new tank, here are some tips you can try to breeze through the installation:

    • Stay as far as possible from open flames.

    Being flammable, your vehicle's fuel must not touch any open flames or pilot lights, as they can lead to combustion and start a fire. It's best that you perform the procedures outside the garage or in an open area far from the flames. Arrange your tools and keep your work area organized to reduce the chances of getting into any hazardous situation. To prevent spilling the fuel during installation, keep the drained gas somewhere safe. This way, the fuel is kept far from the work area, and it is less likely to get contaminated by dirt and other debris.

    • Have a fire extinguisher within reach.

    You'll never know when an accident might occur, so being prepared is key to having a successful installation. Since you are working on a highly flammable component, have a fire extinguisher nearby for emergency purposes. It also helps to list down or gather the fire station numbers in case the need arise. Remember that your safety should always be your top concern.

    • Recycle the gas from the old fuel tank.

    To install the new Chevrolet Camaro fuel tank, you need to get rid of the old tank. The cost-effective way to do this is to drain the remaining fuel and save it for use in the new tank. You have to ensure that the old fuel is kept pure and contaminant-free. Otherwise, this can turn out to be useless, as contaminated fuel can damage your fuel and engine systems. Take extra caution when emptying the old fuel tank. The draining process itself usually takes a few minutes to finish, especially when your tank is almost full. Have some patience to drain it all out, and avoid spilling the fuel on any other components.