Question about Pontiac Grand Am
Hello - depending on how much gasoline is left in the tank - you may be able to use a fuel drying additive - such as Heet. If you have over a half tank of fuel left - I would suggest draining it at the point before the fuel filter to a point at or just below 1/4 tank and then refill with fresh fuel and a bottle of Heet. You may want to add a bottle at the next fill up after that as well.
Hope this helps and good luck!
Posted on Sep 25, 2009
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