Riverchase Automotive Manager Donny Kelley says repair work should be done quickly to avoid any long term damage to a vehicle. The fuel tank needs to be completely drained and the filters replaced.
A fuel additive can help take out any residual moisture. "If it stays in there it can rust the tank and the fuel pump," explains Kelley. Repair costs can run $400 and more.
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