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...

Once the fuel turns solid, allowing it to warm up is the only reliable solution - just like Johnny B. says. The stuff in the red bottle doesn't do much good if you can't move it throughout the entire fuel system and for that, the fuel HAS to flow.

Marshall
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