[T2] Gas fumes
dave at coronado-realty.com
Mon Jun 20 12:40:43 PDT 2016
On my bus (a 73 panel) there is an overflow drain in the gas filler pipe that will leak if I fill the tank too high. Not easy to replace, so I haven't. But I completely agree with checking the system from start to finish. I preemptively replace the gas lines every couple of years. Last time the line from the tank broke when I touched it leaving me pinching the line and hoping somebody would come to hand me a clamp :)
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> On Jun 20, 2016, at 12:13 PM, Bob Pratt <ka1dza at verizon.net> wrote:
> I agree to that suggestion! You'd rather loose the bus than your home!
> Bob Pratt
>> On Jun 19, 2016, at 8:26 PM, accessys at smart.net wrote:
>> LEAVE GARAGE DOORS OPEN OR PARK OUTSIDE til youfind the problem.
>> gas fumes are explosive.
>> check gas system from start to finish..
>> check the fuel ventilation lines, I am not sure where or if they are on a carb bus. but these can easily cause the smell.
>> are there are leaks anywhere.
>> lots of air until you find it.
>> be safe
>>> On Sun, 19 Jun 2016, John Sheldon wrote:
>>> Date: Sun, 19 Jun 2016 19:58:33 -0400
>>> From: John Sheldon <sheldon67 at verizon.net>
>>> To: type2 at type2.com
>>> Subject: [T2] Gas fumes
>>> I replaced the 1800 engine on my 74 bus over the winter. Had someone smarter than I am overhaul the carbureters. All is tight - no visible leaks but when I put it in the garage after a drive, there is a big time gas smell throughout the garage and you can smell it in the house.
>>> Could it be from tank ?
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