A fuel tank (or petrol tank) is a safe container for flammable fluids. Though any
storage tank for fuel may be so called, the term is typically applied to part of an
engine system in which the fuel ...
If a little oil is poured into the gas tank of a car, it burns up in the engine cylinders,
causing the car to produce blue smoke and run roughly until the oil is gone.
While a small amount of oil, diluted with a full tank of gasoline, does not harm the
engine, it is not wise to add oil to a gas tank. Too much oil can do significant ...
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Sep 2, 2011 ... I accidentally poured oil mix gas into my gas tank. Running rough... Normally this
truck is a beast. Pushing 345+ hp. This video was uploaded ...
If you added oil to the gas tank and didn't realize it until you tried to start the
engine, the oil is most likely in the fuel line and primer pump. In this case, remove
To protect the fueling system from contaminants, there is a fuel filter that holds
rust, humidity, ... What happens if a small piece of medical tape gets into the gas
tank of a car? What is the average size of a car gas tank? What would happen if a
combustion engines oil was replaced with mercury? Glenard Munson ...
Jul 6, 2015 ... Just dump the oil/fuel mix in your car's gas tank when it gets old. ... don't do more
than 1/2 gallon of 2-stroke fuel to 10 gallons in my tank.
Nov 30, 2003 ... Would it be OK to pour the leftover gas-oil mix (usually a gallon or two) into my
car tank or would that not be good for my engine? J. DeP., Joliet.
Feb 1, 2001 ... I put sugar in my husband's gas tank but the car has not been turned on yet Is
there any way we can get the sugar out or neutralized -- Susan ...
Oct 27, 1994 ... And we all know it's not that harmful for engines to burn oil, because every ... But
one bottle of ATF in the gas tank certainly won't hurt anything, ...