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Re: [T3] Fuel Guage Sender Cleaning


I read a lot about varnish, pipes clogging solid, and all sort of 'what do
you
expect if it was last used 6 months ago and you didn't use fuel
preservative' comments.
I just put some more gas in if it's a bit low, attach a charged battery and
give it a go.  I've not had varnish problems at all.  My Squareback hadn't
been used by the PO for 10 years but still ran fine, needing just a new
muffler.
I didn't clean anything out on the Fastback before starting to use it again
after a 4-year break for restoration.
The tanks and senders recovered frozKType 3s have all looked
beautifully clean.

Do you think this clogging is a problem of generally hotter weather, or a
different quality of gas in the States?
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Dave (puzzled).
UK VW Type 3&4 Club
http://www.hallvw.clara.net/
-----Original Message-----
From: Stan Schaefer <stans4@ix.netcom.com>
To: Type3@vwtype3.org <Type3@vwtype3.org>
Date: 22 March 1999 15:24
Subject: Re: [T3] Fuel Guage Sender Cleaning


>So, I've got two senders, each gummed up with fuel tank molasses


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