Problems With Water in Gas?

Answer Vehicle engines gain power by burning fuel. When there is water mixed in with the fuel, your car or truck won't run as well as it should, because water is not combustible and will not burn. Water i... Read More »

Top Q&A For: Problems With Water in Gas

Is sparkling water in any way more fattening than tap water or have any relation to cellulite problems?

If it's just water, even carbonated water (ie water with carbon dioxide, a gas, added) it isn't fattening at all. Water has no calories. If, on the other hand, it's one of those flavored, sweetened... Read More »

Water Consumption Problems?

The United States Geological Survey, or USGS, estimates the average person uses between 80 and 100 gallons of water every day. A significant portion of this is wasted through inefficient faucets an... Read More »

Problems With Water In the Gas Tank?

A small amount of water in a fuel tank will have little to no impact on a modern engine. Having enough water in the gas tank to affect performance will only occur in unnatural circumstances, such ... Read More »

Problems With a Hot Water Heater?

A hot water heater heats the home's water. Problems with the hot water heater are frequently noticed when a faucet or shower is turned on for hot water and the water that comes out stays cold. In a... Read More »