How can you get old gelled gas out of an automobile?
you probably have to pull the gas tank out and flush it out with gasoline or kerosene or something that will dissolve the gelled up gasoline. you might also have to somehow flush all the fuel lines or maybe even have to replace them, and also the fuel filter, and maybe even the injectors. if the car runs after re-installing the cleaned out fuel tank and filling it with fresh gas, i would run some sort of fuel system cleaner through it to try and clear things up (seafoam or anything similar to it). hope this helps
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There is no set temperature at which gas should be in order to workbest for automobiles. It is best cooler.
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As your car moves, the interaction of your tyres with the road generates a friction force - or tyre roll resistance. This friction will dissipate some of your car's kinetic en…ergy -the energy your car has as a moving body- in the form of heat. (a bit like your hands heating up when you rub them together, that is friction) This heat will raise the tyre's temperature and therefore raise the temperature of the gas contained in your tyre. Gas tends to expand when undergoing a rise in temperature. Since it cannot expand because it's contained in the tyre, its pressure will go up. This phenomenon increases with speed, since the amount of friction is directly related to speed.
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