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Old 06-21-2019, 10:30 PM   #6
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Originally Posted by rexcramer View Post
IMO ,you should call them immediately and fall on your sword. You may find an expensive back charge on your account, when this goes bad. If it was only a couple of liters, it might survive. The gasoline will water down the lubricity of the diesel. That will be bad for the injectors, cylinders, etc. Not to mention that the flash point of the two are significantly different.

A quick Google search turned this up;
Rex, unfortunately is too late as I returned the car last night and didn't say anything..
and as soon as I wrote the question here I fell asleep, and just read your link.

Being about 20%, dilution may cause damage to the engine :-(
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