i filled my 1994 mercedes s600 with 3 gallons of diesel gas by mistake

Asked by Feb 29, 2012 at 08:20 AM about the 1994 Mercedes-Benz S-Class S 600

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My car runs really really bad because I accidently add 3 gallons of diesel gas to my regular gas tank

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1,585

Its difficult to drain that fuel tank as its behind the rear seat. Get it towed to a shop and have it pumped out.

2,825

Not advised to continue to drive the car as you will cause damage to the Catalitic converter. The tank will need to be drained and recommend replacing the fuel filter aswell.

15

That sucks man :-(

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1,715

ouch...

3,265

you will also need to decarbonize the combustion chambers with some sort of solvent , like fuel injector cleaner or simmilar

995

Just fill the car with high test and drive the car its all fuel just different grade it won't hurt anything

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