YOU DON’T NEED TO SPLASH OUT FOR ENGINE REPAIRS – DRAIN PETROL OR DIESEL FAST IN SALFORD NOW
Draining petrol from a diesel car doesn’t need to be a huge expense – call Wrong-Fuel-Recovery.co.uk and we’ll have you back on your way in no time.
More people these days require us to drain petrol from a diesel engine than visa versa. One reason for the large numbers is that a diesel car can be very difficult to distinguish from a petrol now as they are very quiet.
Our advice is to first, switch off the engine then immediately call Wrong-Fuel-Recovery.co.uk on 0800 193 1103 or 07538 889 922. We will be there in under one hour to drain the diesel fuel tank and it won’t cost the earth. Our fuel technicians have been thoroughly trained in how to drain petrol from a car to help avoid costly engine problems.
If you call us quickly, we will get there in no time and with our Mobile Wrong Fuel Drain team start on our important steps to recovery.
How To Drain A Petrol Tank?
- 1. We’ll drain the petrol from the car (vehicle),
- 2. Remove contaminated fuel from the fuel lines,
- 3. New fuel will be put back in (5-10 litres) and
- 4. We will pump through the correct fuel to clean lines
What Happens When You Put Diesel In A Petrol Engine – Is There Damage?
Firstly it’s only really going to happen in a bike or a van because most unleaded cars in the last 25 years have been fitted with a cap to stop this happening. If it does happen, diesel is heavier than unleaded and doesn’t evaporate as well so the spark plugs won’t ignite and the engine just won’t start. In that case, also call Wrong-Fuel-Recovery.co.uk to speedily empty the tank.
Your fuel mix up will be resolved in no time: and at minimum cost! The alternative, calling out the garage or your dealer, is a costly exercise – it could cost you £1000’s. Don’t delay, save on time and cost and call the Wrong-Fuel-Recovery.co.uk friendly hotline today, on 0800 193 1103 or 07538 889 922 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Wherever you are, we will come – we have ISO 9001 and PA143 certification for roadside recovery and mobile fuel drain.