Is There Water In Gasoline?
There is no water in gasoline. Gasoline is oil in its essence. Water and oil do not mix, unless they are put under high pressure. However, in this case you obtain an emulsion, which would not stay together for a long time. Gasoline, as any oil is ‘lighter’ than the water and floats up to its surface. If gasoline contained water, it would freeze in your engine.
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