Fortunately, utilizing fuel stabilizer is a straightforward, do-it-yourself project, even for people without access to tools. You may use fuel stabilizer as long as you have access to your gas tank, which we hope you do. The first thing you need to be sure of is that your tank is almost empty.
Now all you have to do is open the fuel tank, measure the fuel stabilizer into the gas tank according to the manufacturer’s instructions, and pour it in.
Top off your tank now if you haven’t already. The best option is to use gas that doesn’t include ethanol. By filling up, you can lessen the possibility that water or air will get into your car’s fuel system.
To ensure that the fuel stabilizer solution is uniformly dispersed throughout the tank and to allow the gasoline to flow through the engine for a short while, you’ll need to switch the engine on. Usually, you won’t need to leave the engine running for longer than 5 to 10 minutes. That should be sufficient time, assuming you are driving the car home from the petrol station.
Once this is done, you’re done! Again, no tools are necessary, and it is definitely worthwhile to spend a few minutes shielding your engine from corrosion before putting your car away.