I got a hole in the gas tank on my e36 and decided to make a video on how i fixed it. it is still not leaking so this definitely works. not the greatest how to but hope this helps. hope you enjoy TURBOTY PRODUCTIONS hit that subscribe button thanks again PEACE OUT!!!!!!!!
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Don’t do this a home. Actually, don’t do this. Why, my dear husband takes on these projects is beyond me. It sure isn’t for the money. He never charges enough. I know this because, people pay more than what we bill them. Go figure.
How to fix a leaking gas tank. Without removing the gas or tank.
One day I had little fuel in my car and decided to fill my tank.
But the surprise was that there was a hole in the tank.
As the price of a new and repair was very high I decided to repair it.
I researched the internet and found a J-B weld epoxy and decided to experiment.
Until the day of publication of this video I had no problems.
This is a quick and easy way to check if your fuel pump is really gone or if its just a relay.Im not saying this is going to fix all fuel pump problems but its a great place to start before spending hundreds on someone putting in a new fuel pump for you or spending hours of labor and a few hundred on materials you may not need. AS ALWAYS ALL REPAIRS ARE AT YOUR OWN RISK I AM NOT TELLING YOU WHAT TO DO JUST GIVING YA A HINT AT WHAT MAY BE WRONG
When the T Rex is alive, you hear that constant hissing and constant air release from that blow off valve. Well i finally got a chance to get at her now. While at it, good time to get the warm air going again.