Join Date: Aug 2004
Location: Lumberton, Texas
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Sure, but I don't see any need to drain it that long. a good 10 seconds will let you know if you need to drain more. Drain it into a clear container and let it sit a few minutes to see if any water settles out.
‘No need to worry about how many seconds you drain it. Time means nothing at all. Just catch a half pint or so in a clear glass jar, give it time to settle & look for water in the bottom. I do this before I start the truck in the morning just to give any water time to settle in the low point above the drain valve (I’ve never had any water). If the fuel that you catch in the jar looks clear then chances are that there is no water suspended. I let my sample sit overnight & look at it again just to be sure. ‘No need to overthink this simple procedure.
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