Yes, gasoline starts to go bad when it is about 1 month old. After 6 months you should not burn it in an engine unless you have put a fuel stabilizer in it. In that case it will be usable for about 8 months. This is also important with small gasoline engines on lawnmowers for example. Bad or old gasoline can damage a small engine very easily.
There are many things that can cause gasoline to go bad. Time (decrease in volatility), oxidation, or water contamination are all culprits.
no it does not. unlike fossil fuels like gasoline, kerosine and diesel, natural gases like propane NEVER go bad.
Gasoline will turn an orange color when it goes bad and it will also have a foul odor. New gasoline is a clear with a slight tan color.
Propane does not go bad. unlike fossil fuels like gasoline, kerosine and diesel, natural gases like propane NEVER go bad.
I used to be a firefighter and we would throw our gasoline out after 90 days. Gasoline starts to go bad after 30 days. I do know that the scent changes when the gasoline no longer becomes usable. If you use a fuel stabilizer it will last about 6 months.
Yes, gasoline will go stale if it is left out for a certain amount of time. I HOPE SO WITH PRICES AT 3.50 A GAL. THE OIL COMPANIES NEED TO SET ON SOME STALE GAS...BUT THE ANSWER IS YES. IT WILL GO BAD SETTING AROUNG A LONG TIME.
Nothing. 4 month old gasoline is still good enough to use. Gasoline starts to go bad after 1 month but can be used up to 6 months after it was refined.
Yes, gasoline is bad to breathe because when and if you breathe your lungs react to like its smoke. Did I answer it, or is it to complicated, okay the main answer is:YES!!!!!!!
drain your tank
lots of money, bad for the environment, dangerous
Gasoline is good for cars and bad for drinking. Lots of people inhale the chemicals and are sent to a vet because they could show characteristics of an animal
is this a gasoline or diesel engine if it is diesel you have a bad injector, or the fuel pump is bad if it is a gasoline engine, you could have a bad injector, a bad spark plug,bad plug leads, timing is wrong,bad ignition points or bad distributor cap those are a few to start with
gasoline is good because it helps us be able to use cars and move from one place to another and is not good because is to expensive to pay for gasoline .
Bad compression rings can allow gasoline to get into the oil.
It depends what you mean by 'better'. Lead used to be added to gasoline to stop pre-ignition or detonation (which causes engine knock or 'pinking') but it was found to have very bad side effects environmentally and physiologically. most countries have banned the use of leaded gasolines, and modern gasoline have other ways of dealing with detonation. so i guess, unless you like bad air and bad health, unleaded is best.
from the ground.
No. Gasoline doesn't come in contact with the transmission.
I'm not sure if it's bad or not but all my life I have used gasoline wash paint and oil off my hands. Never had any problems.
Bad spark plug Bad plug wire Bad valve Bad piston Do a compression test to see if problem is engine internal
go to the gas station, don't be an idiot..
I thinks its Oxygen and Gasoline