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Urgent INNOTEC advice needed.

Discussion in 'A3/S3/Sportback (8P Chassis)' started by S3 finatic, Aug 13, 2011.

  1. S3 finatic

    S3 finatic Limp mode

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    I have just purchased the DIESEL PLUS aditive, and need confirmation on the correct use, as the instructions provided are not that precise.

    It states full bottle treats 80 litres of fuel! Does this mean i need to measure the correct amount, to match the amount of fuel i have in my tank?

    Or can i just put the full bottle in with the 3/4 of a tank i have?
     
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  3. paddy

    paddy Audi=No fault code, no idea

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    need to measure the correct amount, to match the amount of fuel
     
  4. Chappy

    Chappy Call me Dan!
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    Well if they A3's tank is 55 litres then no. I think you're supposed to put it in when you fill the tank again.
     
  5. paddy

    paddy Audi=No fault code, no idea

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    then your are adding 80ltrs worth to a full tank of 55 ltrs ??

    If the guy has 3/4 of a tank now then thats about 40 ltrs so he needs to add half his bottle of gunge :)
     
  6. Chappy

    Chappy Call me Dan!
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    Haha should have explained that better :p I meant to say they recommend putting it in on a full tank so it's easier to measure, but I guess your way will work aswell Paddy :whistle2: :)
     
  7. S3 finatic

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    Thanks guys, worked it out using a full tank, and spec on tank size..
     

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