STALE FUEL DRAINING
A little more information about Stale Fuel
The shelf life of modern fuel is much shorter than you might expect, and have stale fuel in your system can not only mean your vehicle does not operate efficiently, but it can also be causing costly damage to your engine and fuel systems.
If you do not drive regularly or have a hobby car, the possibility of having stale fuel in your tank is increased. You might have noticed some degradation in the performance of your vehicle, and in some cases, the fuel that you have just purchased could also be stale in service station underground tanks.
An engine that is harder to start than usual, stalling or running rough, misfiring, backfiring and pinging, ‘Check Engine’ lights illuminated or if you notice your exhaust fumes smell different, these are potential signs that you are running stale fuel.
If you know or even suspect that you have accidentally put stale fuel in your car, do not increase the possibility of expensive repairs. Call Mobile Fuel Rescue 24/7 for quick and convenient roadside service.