Throw a clean rag in the boot. When its time to start up, remove
the gas cap, place the rag over the opening, your mouth to the rag and
give it a big long blow.
I'm getting ready to pull out my tank and that's how I got the flow
going through the pipe to the waiting gas can up front. If you have one
of those new-fangled vapor recovery systems this won't work nearly as
Regards, Glen Byrns
John C. Gottstein wrote:
> My car takes a long time to start after sitting a while, because the fuel
> drains back out of the fuel line. I bought an electric fuel pump which I
> didn't put in yet to replace my mechanical one, but I just realized that
> boat engines have these primer bulbs that you squeeze to get the gas
> flowing. Would that work on my fuel line, or am I just asking for trouble?