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HEET Gas Line Antifreeze and Water Remover, 12 fl. oz.

SKU: 802210399
HEET Gas Line Antifreeze and Water Remover, 12 fl. oz.
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HEET Gas Line Antifreeze and Water Remover prevents freeze-ups and aids in quick cold weather starting.

  • Contains additives and methanol
  • Safe for use in all 4-cycle engines
  • Safe for fuel injection systems
  • Not for 2-stroke gas/oil mix engines

Specification Description
Package Weight: 0.7 lb.
Brand: HEET
Concentration: Full Strength
Manufacturer Part Number 28201
HEET Gas Line Antifreeze and Water Remover, 12 fl. oz. is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 49.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Foil seal clogged my gas tank intake I have used Heet for some time. I was always perplexed why the foil seal on the opening didn't have a pull tab to remove it. Many times I have to use my car key or a pen to open the foil seal. My car recently stalled - my mechanic had to remove my gas tank and remove the foil seal that must have come off while I was pouring the Heet into my gas tank. Now I have an expensive vehicle repair bill thanks to the poorly designed foil seal on the Heet bottles.
Date published: 2020-02-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Arizona condensation and more... Arizona can have extremes when it comes to weather, Sunny and 70* one day, and several inches of snow the next, and then our fuel station attendants allowing water to enter the fuel drop stations entering the underground tanks. We that live here in Central Arizona have seen too many fuel systems and tanks loaded with up to a gallon of water. In lieu of removing fuel tanks, we have found that removing the water with a sparkless transfer device and adding HEET has brought these vehicles back to life!
Date published: 2020-01-27
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Cap less tank design stinks It does not work for cap less tank fills. By the time I got the bottle back out of the neck, half was on the ground and the other half down the side of my NEW truck. Fix the design people!!
Date published: 2019-02-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Water in gas My truck started to sputter and stumble while trying to accelerate. It got progressively worse over a few days to the point it would die every time I pressed the pedal. I was beating my head against the wall; changed the fuel filter, tps, map, serviced the map, etc. I was talking with the guys at the auto parts store and they suggested a bottle of heet. In all my 30 years of driving, I've never had an issue with bad gas before, but at this point I'll try anything. I put one bottle of heet into 25 gallons of 92 octane. After 2 hours... My truck runs great.
Date published: 2017-08-26
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I have water in diesel tank how long does it take before you see results

Asked by: Ezmoney 58
Hi. To clarify, HEET Gas Antifreeze (yellow bottle) is NOT to be used in Diesel fuel and/or Diesel engines. The product to use is ISO-HEET (red bottle). Once ISO-HEET is added, it can take 20-45 minutes to dilute into the fuel and start breaking up and absorbing water. Once the engine is turned on, this excess water will be expelled during combustion. Hope this helps. If there are any questions, please feel free to contact Consumer Support at Thanks for the question!
Answered by: Gold Eagle Product Expert
Date published: 2019-09-12
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