Here’s how you drain gas from a snowblower:
- Put on gloves, earplugs, and safety goggles.
- Let the engine cool off if it has been running.
- Set up the drain pan or gas-safe container.
- Open the fuel tank.
- Siphon as much old fuel from the tank to the drain pan.
- Fire up the engine and run it dry.
How amazing does this snowblower look despite its old age? It’s still working smoothly because its owner didn’t skip on off-season gas draining.
If you, too, want your snow blower to last you your whole life, follow my easy tutorial on how to drain gas from a snowblower.
I like to drain my gas tank at the end of the winter when I am about to put the snow blower in storage. This simple and quick maintenance step has kept my trusty machine out of the repair shops.
With prices skyrocketing everywhere, wouldn’t we all like to lower our yearly home maintenance expenses? That’s exactly why I wanted to share my easy step-by-step guide with you! So you, too, can save a buck!
How To Drain Gas From Snowblower With Siphon Pump
What You Will Need
- Siphon pump
- Drain pan or gas container
- Work gloves
- Safety goggles
- Ear plugs or ear muffs
- Sturdy boots
- Tight fitting clothes
Here’s how to drain gas from snowblower with a siphon pump.
- Pick A Safe Space For Draining Gas
The first thing you need to do is decide where you want