Can I put some 2-cycle fuel into my car's gas tank to dispose of it?

How much or little would be safe? If not, what's a better way of disposing of it?

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  • hace 7 años
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    DO NOT put in the car gas tank.

    Depending on how many sensors and computers are in your car, it would confuse things mightily.

    When you say 2 cycle "fuel" do you refer to the oil one mixes into the gasoline? I assume so and my answer is based on that assumption. When you say "some" what, less than a quart?

    Do it the hillbilly way: pour it down the sink or on a patch of weeds. Not like it's going to contaminate the ground water for a thousand years or anything. ....

    But don't put it in your car. Throw it in the dumpster at the gas station.

    EDITORIAL EDIT:

    Did you know Socrates was a homeless man living in a huge discarded wine barrel? He became famous for teaching by asking questions.

    http://www.google.com/imgres?imgurl=http%3A%2F%2Fu...

    He adhered to Principle to the end.

  • hace 7 años

    The only thing I would worry about would be the O2 senor.

    If you have a vehicle old enough to not have an O2 sensor, it would be fine mixed in its gas tank.

    A little oil is good for an engine, and with Alfa Romeo is was the normal recommendation, because it was good for the fuel injection pump.

  • hace 7 años

    Find someone in your neighborhood who can use it in their weedeater or chainsaw or dirt bike.

  • Jack
    Lv 5
    hace 7 años

    not unless you like to leave a smoke trail.

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  • ?
    Lv 4
    hace 6 años

    Thin it out with Either, or Isopropyl Alcohol, and or Octane Booster...0413/2015

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