I always ran my Volkswagen diesel in the winter one gallon of petrol to a tank of fuel. At this time diesel was not being made with anti freeze additive so lorries and early cars on diesel would fuel freeze in severe weather. I had two cars and both ran for 100,000 giving me no engine problems so a small amount will not bother a tank full of diesel or the engine
Yes, petrol/gasoline will severely damage a diesel engine.
Car will run poorly if at all.
Have it drained out and change filters
Drain it out immediately, DO NOT run the engine.
Some oils can be used in both petrol and diesel engines. If it states diesel oil on the container it is not recommended as some diesel oils contain detergent.
The petrol one uses petrol, and, wait for it, the diesel one uses diesel!
Depends on the car, if a car has petrol and diesel version than yes
Gasoline in a Diesel vehicle will do some serious damage to the engine.
No,never. if ur going to try..............pls dont.
Who told you it is harmful? It is only harmful if it is a Diesel engine. If it is a petrol (gasoline) engine then Petrol is what it takes to run.
No, diesel engine require diesel fuel. Put petrol in a diesel engine and you will destroy it.
Yes, never put oil formulated for a diesel in a gasoline engine.
You cannot convert a turbo diesel driven car to a petrol motor. You have to buy a car that uses the petrol motor.
If you put petrol in a diesel vehicle do not start the engine. Petrol will do serious damage to a diesel engine. You must drain all the petrol out and flush the fuel lines.
You avoid it by looking carefully at the fuel pump and making darn sure you are using the diesel nozzle which is larger than a petrol nozzle.
petrol and diesel are fossil fuels so if you put fossil fuels in your car it should run
diesel is more efficient
Look at the fuel nozzle insert. If its green it petrol (unleaded),,,,, black diesel.
car is powered by battery ,petrol,diesel.
What happens is you must remove the petrol immediately. Petrol or gasoline will destroy a diesel engine.
The primary difference between a petrol car and diesel car is the consumption rate - diesel and petrol are refined from mineral oil using differing methods. The result is diesel engines having a lower fuel consumption rate than their petrol counterparts when installed in a vehicle of similar mass. CO2 emissions are also lower in a diesel engine than they are in a petrol engine.
It won't, even a mixture of gasoline and diesel will not work. May I add that running petrol in a diesel will destroy that diesel engine.
The diesel battery is bigger as it take a lot more to get a diesel engine going. Best bet is to charge the diesel battery using the petrol, connect the 2 and leave the petrol engine running.