1992 Toyota Celica Does this car have a fuel drainage plug? If so where is it, if not, what is the easiest way to empty the tank?
You have to siphon it
look on the bottom of the tank most Japanese imports do have a drain plug. if not siphon or drop the tank and drain - good luck with a little time and tools you'll be fine.
Take the seats out of the back. Remove carpet. On top of the tank you will see a round plate, this is the fuel sensor unit. Carefully remove it. Siphon out the fuel and reverse procedure to complete
To MC1Auto - There is no drain plug on the Celica 1992 Fuel tank
Ok , Note taken. Most if not all Honda products have a drain plug.
Honda? We are not discussing them.
Wow....... I already said Note taken, Prior to that I said MOST Imports have drain Plugs. MY 1971 and 1974 Celica had drain plugs as well as the multiple Imports I have owned. So I am not sure what your Deal Is exactly, but it never hurts to look and see if there is an easier way to do something !!! I will let everyone else here explain what male anatomy appendage you are acting like. Good luck to you sir and all you do. I hope you learn to listen to others around you because it might just save your a** one day.
I fail to understand why you would refer to a Honda or generalize and state most Jap imports have a drain plug, or even imagine that a Celica twenty years approx younger than your examples would follow suit. Your advice was not worth listening to, the easiest way is as I listed, empty it via removing the fuel sensor unit, I found this by my own research, way easier than dropping the tank or trying to siphon through the fuel intake. I simply stated a fact - we are not discussing Honda's, nor is this thread about them. A "dick" is someone who gets offended instead of being able to have a mature discussion
So you asked for help and then answered it your self ? As if you are a new found expert on the subject. GOOD FOR YOU. I recommend you Siphon the fuel out from the very beginning. from were or how is your own Decision. I also said good luck and was wishing you the best. I was attempting to have a mature discussion with you. I am not sure where is whole thing started going sideways but here we are. I hope your vehicle is up and running and you have a great day.
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