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I put my car in the river (accidentally) last week but it still had like a full tank of gas in it. the gas is still there and the car is now in my lane way drying out. i want to get the gas out and put in into my "new" car, but all the methods i've tried i cannot siphon out the gas. any ideas?

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The gas in "the accident car" is probably mixed with a bunch of water if you put it in the river. That may not be a good idea since you have a "new car". I would sure hate for you to mess that new one up just because you put bad gas in it.

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