Guest laverdj Posted June 27, 2006 Report Share Posted June 27, 2006 I am a relatively new member of AOIA and I recently purchased a 1979 with very low mileage and in great condition. The car has not been driven much the last ten years until I drove it home - about 350 mile trip. Recently I noticed a gas smell inside the car and decided to investigate. I removed the back seat and back support and behind it is a fiberglass plate held in place with about 20 screws. After removing the screws, I realized that the panel appears to also be glued. I stopped there for fear of breaking the panel. My questions is - is the gas tank accessible from under the car i.e. can one see and reach the fuels lines if the car is hoisted or is the only option to remove the fiberglass panel to gain access to the tank and lines. Any help would be appreciated Jean Laverdure King City, Ontario Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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