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Q: Fuel line has water

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My fuel line has water in it.

A: If the fuel is contaminated with water, the...

If the fuel is contaminated with water, the entire fuel system will need flushed to avoid damage to the injectors. I suggest having a qualified technician, such as one from YourMechanic, come to you home or office to drain your fuel tank, flush the lines, and refuel the tank with a fuel stabilizer.

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