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How can you get old gelled gas out of an automobile?
you probably have to pull the gas tank out and flush it out with gasoline or kerosene or something that will dissolve the gelled up gasoline. you might also have to somehow flush all the fuel lines or maybe even have to replace them, and also the fuel filter, and maybe even the injectors. if the car runs after re-installing the cleaned out fuel tank and filling it with fresh gas, i would run some sort of fuel system cleaner through it to try and clear things up (seafoam or anything similar to it). hope this helps
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There isn't really much evidence that I can find that they do any good whatsoever. Having said that, I use one, because I would like to believe that investing a few bucks ever… few months might give me something in return, but I use one from Lucas, which is about 5 bucks for the one-tank size, but only about 9 bucks for a quart. There really aren't any additives needed in car engines in today's world. Engines are designed so precisely that they use fuel extremely efficiently. Even the use of "dry gas" isn't really necessary anymore because of the 10% ethanol content. The only thing I would suggest is, after 50,000 , have the fuel injection system serviced and cleaned by a reputable mechanic. The chemicals used are specifically designed for that purpose and that purpose only.
Membrane gelling is when a membrane becomes solid, for example at low temperatures.
it makes the way traveling faster and easier
It depends on the type of car. Most cars are about 45 liters though. Bigger cars have more capacity because they use more gas and smaller cars use less fuel as their fuel cons…umption is minimal. Cheers
an automobile is a road vehicle, typically with four wheels, powered by an internal combustion engine or electric motor and able to carry a small number of people
relay number 30 or number 72 ? one is Ecu relay other is fuel pump relay
Presumably you mean a gas mileage of 16 liters per 100 kilometer. If 100 kilometer equals approximately 62 miles, and 1 (one) liter equals 0.264172051 US gallon, then 16 tim…es 0.264172051 is 4.226752816. For simplicity we will round of the number to 4.2 gallons. Therefore, the European vehicle uses 4.2 US gallon of gas for every 62 miles driven. Divide 62 miles by 4.2 and you get a little over 14 miles per gallon of gas. For example, my vehicle uses 7.1 liters of gas per 100 kilometer. Therefore it consumes the equivalent of 1.9 US gallons of gas per 62 miles or provides 32 miles per US gallon. Which vehicle consumes less? Bear in mind gas consumption or saving is based on many factors not excluding speed, vehicle weight, wind direction, tire pressure, quick (jerky) starts and stops, and road conditions. Obviously not an ideal measuring instrument.
probably carbon monoxide from incomplete combustion.
Some fuel, use gasoline is vaporized in the engine and is ignited (burned) in the cylinders. Usually a spark is provided electrically thru the tip of the spark plug to start t…he fuel burning. This burning is very rapid, like an enclosed explosion.
There isn't just one harmful gas that's emitted from an exhaust pipe - Hydro carbons (HC - are unburnt fuel particles that attack the atmosphere) Carbon Dioxide (Co) Car…bon Monoxide (Co2) Oxides of Nitrogen (Nox) There is also - But not so harmful - Nitrogen (N2) and Oxygen (O2) Bearing in mind that the normal Atmosphere 'Air' is made from - 78% Nitrogen, 21% Oxygen 0.94% Argon and 0.06% of other 'trace' gasses like Carbon Dioxide and Sulphur Dioxide (SO2) etc
most glazing agents and gelling agents consists of gelatin, glucose syrup, carnuba wax and beeswax. but the ingredients vary.
the gas pedal is still to the far right everything is basically the same just mover to the right side the gear pattern remains the same on the manual the only thing that may b…e different is the turn signals may be on opposite side of column