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Old 16 Apr 2008, 07:48 pm
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Angry diesel in 97 civic

someone put diesel into a red gas can and i poured it into my civic. i guess im asking if anyone knows the best way to siphon the diesel outta the tank or remove the gas from the tank via drain plug if there is one. or do i have to remove the tank and then the gas. please help!!
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Old 05 May 2008, 05:23 pm
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Default Re: diesel in 97 civic

never mind i figured it out, i had to disconnect the filler pipe from the tank and ciphon from there. runs like new again...
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