Re: 1968 Miller-Meteor

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Posted by smitys ( on March 16, 2005 at 06:05:44:

In Reply to: 1968 Miller-Meteor posted by Jason G. on March 15, 2005 at 13:03:56:

I have had this experiance also my problem was the pichup line was ruster about 2/3 of the way up when the fuel level droped below the holes in the line the car would quit. the fix was to replace the line in the tank.In order to replace the line the tank must came out be cleaned.By a good radiator shop that can unsoder the tank fitting and inside gas line and filter. Look at it this way it only cost you the same amount to fill your tank as it did when new except poor milage good luck and drive your herse they are to hard to push Smity,s : My '68 Miller-Meteor 3-way coach has a strange problem I was hoping someone could help with. I've never been able to put more than 6 gallons of gas in the tank without the tank overflowing. I ran out of gas and still the tank will only take 6 gallons. The fuel gauge doesn't work but, the vacum lines and filler tube appear to be intact. Does anyone have any ideas as to what this could be before I have the tank removed?

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