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Old 5th October 2009, 22:43   #1
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Default Drain plug in Gypsy radiator & fuel tank

I went to service my Gypsy today and to my astonishment, I didn't see any drain plugs in Gypsy radiator and Fuel tank. Are all Gypsy like that? I found it strange. Mine is 2001 MPFI Gypsy.
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Old 6th October 2009, 10:38   #2
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My Gypsy does have a drain nut on the radiator
Location - bottom right (when you are facing the vehicle)

Dont know about petrol tank drain, as I have usually seen mechanics take out the tank and then clean it. Maybe its due to threat of petrol theft that there is no drain nut on the petrol tank.

PS - I will post some pics of the same a little later

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Thats true - Gypsy doesn't have drain plug @ fuel tank. I had it fabricated, last time i pulled it out.For the stock radiator i am not sure cause i got a mammoth size installed due to AC load long time back.
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