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Regurgitation For: The $349 Tank Of Gas

Actually, I believe on most reciepts somewhere it says what grade of fuel you bought yes no? And also, diesel is not usually near the gasoline, and if it is; they are most often on different pumps. I would drill down on the details, run by the Mexaco station where you bought the gas, ruffle a few feathers and see what happens.

Declared by shank at August 17, 2005 10:17 AM

Was this you, S. Faolan?

http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20050817/ap_on_fe_st/bungled_fuel_theft

Declared by Maine at August 17, 2005 12:09 PM

Good luck, yer gonna need it...

Declared by Jeffro at August 17, 2005 07:28 PM

Same thing happened to my friend only the pinhead that worked for the station who pumped the gas filled her car with diesel. Seized the engine before she even got out of their driveway! I bought the car and replaced the motor. My mechanic showed me that it was caused by diesel fuel-how you ask? Diesel will melt the bottom out of a styrofoam cup-gas won't.

Also my father had his ramptruck's hydrolic tanks filled with diesel fuel. The idiot that worked there didn't know the difference between hydrolic tank and the fuel tank on his truck and guessed. The station only paid for repairs-nothing for time lost or money lost on work.

My sister car was running crappy. After my Dad looked at it and determined it was the gas. The gas looked just like chocolate milk-evidently water had gotten in the station's tank.


Nothing gas stations do surprise me any more.

Declared by Debby S at August 17, 2005 09:46 PM

Good luck with that car! It's a good thing you finally figured out what's wrong with it.

Declared by cousineddie at August 17, 2005 09:52 PM

Well, if you go visit your brother you can carry a sample with you to their corporate offices! That would be fun.

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