Sugar In Gas Tank Repair?

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Although sugar in a car's gas tank will not dissolve the gasoline and melt the entire tank itself, it is still not something you want in there. The first thing you want to do to remove the sugar is to replace the fuel filter, which is the first place the sugar will go. It will then go to the fuel pump if it made it through the filter, so that may need replacing as well. If there is still sugar in the gas system after replacing those two items, then the car needs to be taken to a mechanic for a professional cleaning.
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1. Siphon all the fuel out of the tank using a vacuum pump or similar siphoning tool. Dispose of the fuel in a container, per local ordinance. 2. Remove the gas tank. Disconnect all
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hard to start or going a little bit then stalling.
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The effects of sugar in the gas tank are it will clog the fuel filter. Second, what gets
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Once the sugar gets into engine...it carbonizes on the cylinder walls....so my guess is you are looking at a complete rebuild...or another used
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How to Repair Sugar in the Gas Tank
Vandals and other jokesters sometimes put sugar in a gas tank, but it is no laughing matter for the owner of the vehicle. Sugar can damage the fuel system--particularly the filter and the pump--and make the engine run sluggishly. You will likely need to... More »
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