I have a gas tank that is leaking a few drips at a time. It doesn't seem like much of a problem except when the tank is at half full or past, and I can quickly lose 2-3 gallons overnight from the dripping.
I looked under the car and tried to tape the leak shut as a temporary fix last night with no luck. The tape was too wet from the gasoline.
I am letting it drain so I can cover it with something even as a temporary fix, but I want to know if there is a good sealant anyone recommends using and how it should be used on a vehicle with a leak like this.
I plan on letting the tank drain so the dripping stops. Like I said, it's a very small leak, so when there is only a quarter of a tank, it doesn't drip. I can't fill it up though and it's very frustrating.
TLDR: Gas tank has rust damage and is leaking. How can I seal it and what should I use to seal it?