It would be faster to siphon what you can out of the tank then refill it with regular fuel.
Only diesel engine cars.Not sure what bio fuel is, i use bio diesel in my truck made from old cooking oil but no idea about bio petrol, if its supposed to be suitable for all cars it shouldnt be a problem
Ethanol is the only thing I ca think of.Not sure what bio fuel is,
Reading up on bio-fuels, it says the ethanol bio is used as an additive to gasoline. Just like we have here in the US.Ethanol is the only thing I ca think of.
Depends on the % they use, it would run fine on 10% like we have but E85 it probably wouldn't.Reading up on bio-fuels, it says the ethanol bio is used as an additive to gasoline. Just like we have here in the US.
You can also use the built-in pump in the tank for this, but it requires you to separate and extend the hose at the automatic fuel tap, (just to the right of the filler cap), and connect a wire from plus on your battery to plus on the fuel pump.