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The color of gasoline

I just wanted to no if the color of gas is green is it good for the car?

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    I bought some gas in a plastic can from some service station. The colour is green. Is gasoline dyed green for ethanol or some other reason?

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Aviation Leaded gas is dyed green -DO NOT USE IT IN YOUR CAR...

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I AGREE GAS IS A TRANSLUCENT YELLOWISH TINT IVE NOTED IN THE PAST THE OLDER THE GAS THE MORE ORANGE IT TURNS DUE TO EVAPERATION OF VOLITAL CHEMICHALS. AS THE GAS WILL ALSO HAVE A DIFFERENT SMELL.

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What is your gas? LPG or CNG? Because, as I know, Gas is colourless.
Gasoline: the origine color of gasoline is yellow. But when it is supplied to consumer, it is dyed with green or orange.

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I have never heard of green gas. if its green it contains something other than gasoline. i wouldn't use it.

Posted on Oct 16, 2008

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