Fuel Tank

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Corrosion and Condensation inside a fuel Tank. Click to enlargen, Photo by HQ_SS.

==Fuel Management:==Water forms inside Fuel Tanks when air enters. The more air is present, the more water vapour will condense inside. Ultimately the water will combine in quantities large enough to cause an engine stoppage. Keeping the tank full will minimise the degree of condensation and also the risk of Engine stoppage.
===Stale Fuel:===Great images of fuel tank damage caused by stale fuel at HQ_SS' Shed.

===Non-Vented Fuel Cap:=== Davis Divan Fuel Stoppage.

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