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I need to remove fuel in my 1996 Ford Mustang.

My son put a performance chip in the car and then put regular gas in instead of the required high octane. How can I remove the gasoline presently in it so I can replace it with high octane? I do not have an owners manual.

Thanks for your help.


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You do not have to empty tank,just get a bottle of octane boost.

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