How to take gas mixed with diesel out of the gas tank on a 2003 honda accord coupe

Asked by Apr 06, 2013 at 02:27 PM about the Honda Accord Coupe

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You could attach a hose to the fuel line and use the pump. You could put the rear wheels on ramps, remove the rubber filler tube and siphon it out. Have some fresh gas to pour back in - the more, the better to dilute whatever is left in the lines. When you get it running, fill it up ASAP. --- How much fuel oil is in there?

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