How do you get water out of gasoline?

Answer

If you're referring to water that has accumulated in your car's gas tank, you can buy a product called DryGas. Drygas added to your tank will absorb the water and allow your car to run smoother.
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1 Additional Answer
If this is water in the tank of your car (mixed in with gas), one thing to try is a product called Heet. It is supossed to dry up the water. You put it right in the gas tank, wait a few minutes then start up the car.
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