Get a large funnel under the tap and a hose to a container so you don't make a mess.
Any crud in the tank will wash out when you pull the tap.
If you don't have a filter in the funnel place a couple of layers from an old cotton bath towel in the bottom of the funnel when you pour it back in.
One work of caution: Before you do this disconnect the + side cable on the battery. You are working right in there close to where the main + cable hooks onto the solenoid. A stray wrench stroke, metal funnel or a false move could cause a really bad fire.
Edit: Slip the throttle rod off of the back end so you can get the funnel in there better.
This post was edited by Ultradog MN at 13:18:27 12/16/12.
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