Ya, I already dropped the tank ( pain in the butt), I drilled the center out but do not have an easy out...oops...but, maybe its loose now and I can twist it out reverse. Idk. But I'll have to wash it out regardless. Thanks for your help.
Thank you for The heads up...unfortunately....I kinda already drilled....yikes, the car has be sitting for 20+ years, I kinda just figured everything was out of it. Well, I hope I haven't harmed anything yet. I'll proceed with caution. Thank you for the advice!
Thanks guys for the tips, I went in there and drilled a lil bit more, got some needle nose and started twisting haha. Believe it or not, I got lucky and the Damn thing came right out! And I tightened a new screw in and the threads are good. So now I just gotta wash out the tank good and let her dry. Thanks for all the advice, trust me, if I do it again, I'll be trying other methods
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