I made the official mistake, I put about 5 gal (gas) by mistake in and then finished with a fill up in my 2009 dodge 2500, will catastrophique faillure happen? or can I take a chance with driving home 60 milles?
Welcome to the forum Your very brave to come onto a diesel forum and admit you put gas in your diesel tank LOL OK I won't tease ... your new here.
Some old school diesel owners will put a gallon or two of gas in their full tank of diesel to thin it out a bit to prevent gelling.
Drive it gently. Don't load her up too much or work it too hard.
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When i bought my first diesel ram in 95 i was at the dealership and my salesman took it over to the gas pump and commenced to fillin er up for me i walked over and i could smell gasoline i said hey man thats gasoline your putting in my diesel truck the look on his face was classic with out missing a beat he said thats ok we'll drive it to service and drain it out i said if you even try to start it i'll killya we pushed it into service and they had to remove the tank [30 plus gallons of gas full] drain it and reinstall it [with only 38 miles on the clock], all this on the day i was to take delivery, to this day i still think of that and laugh.
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