Started by carguyblack, October 03, 2019, 06:48:16 AM
Quote from: fishnjim on October 03, 2019, 09:20:59 AMIs it a glass or plastic lens? Was the light on or off(warm or hot*)?Slow flow down to the lowest notch. Better to take a minute or two more than this.
Quote from: jaxops on October 03, 2019, 09:58:38 AMI always put my ear down to the gas tube and listen as it fills, slowing it as I hear it filling the pipe and then stopping it there. In the Navy this was called "avoiding burping the tank" with an air bubble as described before. You sure don't want this gasoline on your paint!
Quote from: carguyblack on October 03, 2019, 07:56:43 PMIf anyone can send a picture of the filler area on a 1956 Cadillac that has those rubber pieces Jose told me about, I'd really be grateful. As the filler neck rides as high as the top of the reverse light lens itself, I'm having trouble picturing how any rubber below that would have an effect on diverting the overflow. The neck would almost seem to need some sort of fence around it higher than the filler to catch the splash and then send it down behind the lens rather than over it like I've been experiencing. Hope I'm not just being dumb about understanding this solution? Thanks Jose!Chuck
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