Hey Johnny,
   
  Have you ever tried the Powerservice 911, the stuff in the red bottle? It 
purports "Reliquefies gelled fuel in minutes - no tow truck needed " I'm 
curious how that would work, like if you've got gelled fuel in the filter how 
does the stuff get there?
  They've got a great animation on their website www.powerservice.com that 
shows a test tube demo but its not like you can pick up and shake your car...
   
  -Curt
   
  Date: Thu, 2 Feb 2006 16:29:19 -0500
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   I've had trouble with sitting cars starting in dead cold when they 
were last fueled prior to winterized fuel season. I let a couple of 
cars wait until spring before starting them one year.


Johnny B.
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On Friday, February 3, 2006, at 10:04 AM, Curt Raymond wrote:

> Hey Johnny,
>
>   Have you ever tried the Powerservice 911, the stuff in the red 
> bottle? It purports "Reliquefies gelled fuel in minutes - no tow truck 
> needed " I'm curious how that would work, like if you've got gelled 
> fuel in the filter how does the stuff get there?
>   They've got a great animation on their website www.powerservice.com 
> that shows a test tube demo but its not like you can pick up and shake 
> your car...
>
>   -Curt
>

        I've used it for algae/h2o but without enough heat the fuel will not 
flow, so the cure can't get to the problem.


Johnny B.
I Mac Therefore I am

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