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Any mechanics here. I have a question.
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Post: #16
RE: Any mechanics here. I have a question.
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Doubt it, as anything that gets by the fuel filter would probably clog up the carburetor or fuel injectors.
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Post: #17
RE: Any mechanics here. I have a question.
Monk-1  Wrote: (03-29-2018 02:06 AM)
silversides  Wrote: (03-29-2018 02:05 AM)
What if we fired a fire extinguisher into the gas...

Does not compute.

It is about the same as sugar...

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Post: #18
RE: Any mechanics here. I have a question.
LoP Guest  Wrote: (03-29-2018 01:56 AM)
Can contaminated gasoline damage your motor?
I overheard two of my friends arguing whether or not contaminated gasoline can

damage your motor. One said yes, the other said no. The one who said no Is a mechanic
for over 50 years so I have to favor him.

I don´t know. I am not a mechanic.

If it is water than likely no...

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Post: #19
RE: Any mechanics here. I have a question.
Only if fuel injected. Time to flush it out drain the tank. Run it dry on a long trip. Never fuel up after a fuel delivery. Let it shuttle down, water that is.

VW had this problem because the fuel distributor is laser cut and can rust up the piston. Then anything metal. Could cause injectors go bad.
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Post: #20
RE: Any mechanics here. I have a question.
silversides  Wrote: (03-29-2018 02:16 AM)
Monk-1  Wrote: (03-29-2018 02:06 AM)
Does not compute.

It is about the same as sugar...

Dissolved sugar will carbonized on the pistons, catch fire and burn a hole in a aluminum piston top.
I don't think the stuff in a fire extinguisher is flammable.
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Post: #21
RE: Any mechanics here. I have a question.
yes and no....the actual engine?...unlikely.

It is a very simple thing....fuel comes into a chamber, it is ignited and it drives the piston down....it then gets evacuated and those toxic gases are pushed out into the manifold and into the tailpipe and exhaust

that is the essence of all fuel driven engines....


most of the snowflakes have no idea how this works......crazy ain't it?
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Post: #22
RE: Any mechanics here. I have a question.
LoP Guest  Wrote: (03-29-2018 01:56 AM)
Can contaminated gasoline damage your motor?
I overheard two of my friends arguing whether or not contaminated gasoline can

damage your motor. One said yes, the other said no. The one who said no Is a mechanic
for over 50 years so I have to favor him.

I don´t know. I am not a mechanic.

that depends on what it's contaminated with

Quote:Les pauvres n'ont-ils des Euros ?
Alors laissez les pauvres 'sh*t' dans les rues
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Post: #23
RE: Any mechanics here. I have a question.
LoP Guest  Wrote: (03-29-2018 01:56 AM)
Can contaminated gasoline damage your motor?
I overheard two of my friends arguing whether or not contaminated gasoline can

damage your motor. One said yes, the other said no. The one who said no Is a mechanic
for over 50 years so I have to favor him.

I don´t know. I am not a mechanic.

Contaminated with what?
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RE: Any mechanics here. I have a question.
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Post: #25
RE: Any mechanics here. I have a question.
If it's contaminated with coolant AKA antifreeze the answer is yes.

Once antifreeze gets in your bearings of your crankshaft bearings it will start eating it away it will displace the oil and you will start developing a rod knock.
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Post: #26
RE: Any mechanics here. I have a question.
LoP Guest  Wrote: (03-29-2018 02:37 AM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (03-29-2018 01:56 AM)
Can contaminated gasoline damage your motor?
I overheard two of my friends arguing whether or not contaminated gasoline can

damage your motor. One said yes, the other said no. The one who said no Is a mechanic
for over 50 years so I have to favor him.

I don´t know. I am not a mechanic.

Contaminated with what?

Like I said in my prior post, word in the street is contaminated with cooling fluid.
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Post: #27
RE: Any mechanics here. I have a question.
It's best not to dissolve plastic bags into your gasoline

Quote:Les pauvres n'ont-ils des Euros ?
Alors laissez les pauvres 'sh*t' dans les rues
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Post: #28
RE: Any mechanics here. I have a question.
LoP Guest  Wrote: (03-29-2018 02:39 AM)
If it's contaminated with coolant AKA antifreeze the answer is yes.

Once antifreeze gets in your bearings of your crankshaft bearings it will start eating it away it will displace the oil and you will start developing a rod knock.

If you want to keep the engine the best thing to do is do an engine flush and then take off the oil pan and take off the bearing caps and replace the bearings clean everything out real good.
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Post: #29
RE: Any mechanics here. I have a question.
LoP Guest  Wrote: (03-29-2018 02:39 AM)
If it's contaminated with coolant AKA antifreeze the answer is yes.

Once antifreeze gets in your bearings of your crankshaft bearings it will start eating it away it will displace the oil and you will start developing a rod knock.

So in other words the motor is toast?
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Post: #30
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There has been two instances in the last five years. Where petrol from Tesco's by me was found to have traces of silicon in it. Its what wrecked my cars fuel injection. So I just ran the car all lumpy idle for a few months. I've not purchased Tesco's petrol since and never will again.

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