If you have put petrol in a diesel car we can offer nationwide 24/7 mobile wrong fuel assistance to remove the petrol from the vehicle. Even if you have put petrol in a diesel car and drove it we can still help.
Accidentally put petrol in a diesel car? Or even put diesel in a petrol car?
Give us a call and get honest advice and practical assistance for your specific situation
We can come to you to do the full fuel drain & flush right there on scene
Once we are done you will be able to get back on the road and get on with your day
We are the leading wrong fuel drain specialist in the UK, boasting nationwide coverage, from Inverness to Plymouth - and everywhere in-between. We mainly deal with:
No matter the make or model, we can deal with the problem right there and then. Whether it's roadside, on a petrol station forecourt, or even at home, we can get you going again.
The process of removing petrol from a diesel car is basically the same for most vehicles. Obviously it does vary slightly as every manufacturer has their own different fuel system. However it still basically follows the below principles:
When someone has put petrol in a diesel car they have a few very common questions. So we have compiled a list of the most Frequently Asked Questions for you
Turn off the car as soon as possible and call us. Continuing to run a vehicle on the wrong fuel can potentially damage it. We will be able to give you advice and assistance based on your circumstances
It can. However, if the problem is caught and remedied quickly the risks will be minimal. Of the 1,500 vehicles we attend every month, less than 0.5% have suffered and substantial damage requiring parts replacement.
The safe answer is none. However you might be able to get away with a very low contamination ratio. That being said, we always highly recommend draining anything over a 5% contamination ratio asap.
Putting Super Unleaded, or Shell V-Power, BP Ultimate Unleaded, etc, will have the exact same effect as putting regular unleaded petrol in your diesel car and will need to be drained out and flushed.
No! The EU Block Exemption Regulations clearly state that "the work can be carried out by as long as that garage uses manufacturer approved parts and correctly follows the manufacturer's service schedule."
This might work on some vehicles in some cases, but in the majority on instances it won't and you risk damaging the Lambda sensors as well as fuel pump and injectors, just as a regular misfuel.
If you have any questions or need some help please Contact Us!
We can get you back on the road
Fuel Fixer Ltd, Linx House, 147 London Road, East Grinstead, RH19 1ET
Weekdays: 9am to 5pm