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> What size sockets for belly pan removal?
macnichol
post Oct 16 2020, 05:33 PM
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Hey yall. I need to get the belly pan off to get the the fuel line to drain the acquired smell that is at least 6 year old vintage fuel. What size metric socket do I need?


I'd considered trying to dilute it with fresh gas and injector cleaner but it has a very varnished off putting smell that isn't gasoline anymore so I think it's better to be patient and to drain it.
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post Oct 16 2020, 05:36 PM
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If you mean the panel under the steering rack, I believe the big ones on the back of the front suspension are 17mm and the little ones in front are 10mm.
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post Oct 16 2020, 07:32 PM
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Hey yall. I need to get the belly pan off to get the the fuel line to drain the acquired smell that is at least 6 year old vintage fuel. What size metric socket do I need?

I'd considered trying to dilute it with fresh gas and injector cleaner but it has a very varnished off putting smell that isn't gasoline anymore so I think it's better to be patient and to drain it.



17 and 13mm.
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post Oct 17 2020, 10:45 AM
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What Bruce said.
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