Gasoline Leak

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Sheila A

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Hi All!

I have a 2004 Winnebago Adventurer 33v. I need a repair on a gas tank leak. Does anyone know if the gas tank has a anti-siphon device?
 

John From Detroit

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Would not know but answer this. Is the leak where you can put a finger on it?

IF not. Disregard this post
IF so: Seal All.. this is, near as I can tell, very close to if not identical to 1950's DUCO ariplane glue (The stuff they loved to sniff) Follow directions for fixing an ACTIVE lead on a gas tank, it works, then do a proper repair after you have run it down to empty.

It also works on tents in the rain.. Just make sure only the chemical touches the fabric.
 

John Canfield

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Not sure if the gas can be pumped/siphoned out of that tank but you can test that with a tube - insert into the filler neck and measure how far it travels.
 
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