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post #1 of 7 Old 02-03-2014, 05:52 PM Thread Starter
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Ok I had what I thought was a small gel up problem come to find out I have a fungus in my tank any ideas on what to do about this


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with as much time as my time as my truck has sat over the last year i should learn about this too

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Drop it, clean it, and put in all new diesel is what I would do.
New filters, good amount of cleaner.
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i was thinking a bottle of cheap whiskey

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I think I'll use that whiskey for myself lmao all this damn snow


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Drop it, clean it, and put in all new diesel is what I would do.
New filters, good amount of cleaner.
what he said

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