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U may have hurt fuelpump module. Deisel is different then gas..is thickr. Its probly slow moving thru injector and rails. Stop starting ....can burn out startr. May need to hav system cleand. By opening passages and pump
No easy way, if you can get an electric pump, or a pump attachment for a power drill. Remove the fuel line, either at the fuel filter or the fuel rail, connect the pump with a bridging piece of hose, and let the pump do the work. Refill with a couple of gallons of petrol. Vehicle might smoke a little till all traces of diesel are gone. Diesel in petrol is not as bad as petrol in diesel. As you did not run the engine very little diesel will get up to the engine. Good Luck.
You don't say how much diesel you put in or how much petrol was in tank in the first place. If the amount of diesel is less than 5 % of the total then you may try filling tank with petrol and keep topping up to dilute the diesel. The best fix would be to drain fuel tank completly and refill with petrol. If tank has a drainplug , this will be easy but if no drain plug you will have to remove tank from vehicle to empty it.
The "MOST EFFECTIVE
" way is to REMOVE The FUEL TANK and DRAIN it By Tipping it over to Pour From FUEL INLET HOSE. Im Sure you Dont want to Here this as it Requires Much WORK . , BUT It IS The MOST EFFECTIVE Way to EMPTY The TANK.