If you pull the sediment bulb, fabricate some sort of funnel/gutter to catch the gas and divert it into a couple of clean 5 gallon buckets. Although you tank may look empty or low.......I am always surprised by how much (and rapid) the gas flows when the sediment bulb is taken off. I have to do this each spring-well dont have too- but an excellent spring tune-up habit. I twist a very small drill by BY HAND and pull the crap up out of the tubes. then soft compressed air. Hope this is it. I've had several times where the gas was just plain low in the tank and when I drove around the ol girl just wasnt gettin' enough juice. Another 5 in her belly would do the trick. just a little extra thought ... Mark
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