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Yay, spilled diesel in my tracker

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Re: Yay, spilled diesel in my tracker
« Reply #3 on: October 13, 2018, 07:56:56 AM »
Yes in the back.  It’s getting better.  Repeated soaking with rubbing alcohol is helping the most. 
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2003 Suzuki tracker 4d 5sp 2.0 “piglet”
Deleted air 4wd system, Manual hubs, 2” lift, 235/75,

Old ride: 1997 X90 “jellybean” best lil car I’ve ever had

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Re: Yay, spilled diesel in my tracker
« Reply #2 on: October 12, 2018, 04:42:00 PM »
On the carpet?
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Yay, spilled diesel in my tracker
« Reply #1 on: October 10, 2018, 03:53:13 PM »
 ;D smooth move.  Couldn’t stop in time to keep it from glugging a good bit of nasty old diesel in the back.  Now I can’t even be in the car.  Any tips?  I’ve dumped vinegar, baking soda, and rubbing alcohol all over it, vacuumed, parked in sun, and cursed.  So far the alcohol has made the biggest difference. 
2003 Suzuki tracker 4d 5sp 2.0 “piglet”
Deleted air 4wd system, Manual hubs, 2” lift, 235/75,

Old ride: 1997 X90 “jellybean” best lil car I’ve ever had