gasoline on diesel engine

Asked by May 15, 2014 at 08:36 AM about the Audi A1

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Hello all,  

  I own a audi a1 (bought on 2014)
  diesel
  yesterday accidentally I fueled it with 5.5 lt gasoline (already had about 66% diesel)
  since then I have done 40km
  what should I do?

  thank you

1 Answer

Many cars have a drain cock to let you drain the fuel tank easily. If you do not see a drain cock on your fuel tank, you will need to remove one of the fuel lines. To do this, locate the rubber hose coming out of the tank at its lowest point. Loosen the clamp on the side of the hose that connects to the fuel tank. Pull out the hose and let the fuel run out into your container.

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