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Old 02-14-2001, 12:26 AM
be459 be459 is offline
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Location: Los Angeles, Calif, USA
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Town Line Auto's suggestion is highly possible - sugared fuel. I drained the fuel and did not see anything unusual except the color which was a little darker than normal (leaded gasoline always had some red/brownish color). I took a sample of the fuel to be air-dried. It left a sticky film in the container. Sugared or not, I am afraid of old gasoline now. Better yet, most of my cars run on diesels and all fuel caps are locked.

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