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blane2606
    
Non ethanol gas.
I recently purchased a 64 Dodge Dart and made the mistake of putting several gallons of regular gas in it. Should I run this gas out before adding non-ethanol to the tank? What are the chances of damage with exisiting gas in the tank? About 8 gallons......Thanks
posted: August 28, 2011
 
    
 
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spudder
    
You should be fine, the damages of ethanol are A.) Long-term use and B.) Allowing the gas to age or gum-up. Take that Dart out and have fun with the gas pedal, if you get pulled over explain the situation to law-enforcement and they should understand!!!
posted:  August 29, 2011
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