4 fl. oz. Briggs & Stratton® Advanced Formula Fuel Treatment & Stabilizer (100117WEB)

Fuel Treatment 4 oz

Part Number: 100117WEB

Briggs & Stratton’s NEW 5-in-1 Advanced Formula Fuel Treatment & Stabilizer safeguards engines against common ethanol problems. Our formula protects your engine against the corrosive effects of ethanol and maintains fuel stability for up to 3 years.

  • 4 fl. oz. Treats 20 gallons of gasoline
  • Triple antioxidant protection
  • Dual corrosion inhibitors guard metal engine parts against corrosion
  • Metal de-activator stops chemical reactions caused by dissolved metals in fuel
  • Detergent ingredients prevent gum and varnish build-up on engine parts
  • Water protection inhibitors protect against the harmful effects of water in fuel due to ethanol
  • Protects both 2- and 4-cycle gasoline engines

Also available in 8 oz. or 16 oz. bottles.

Price
$6.60
Quantity
Assembled Weight .270
Engine Brand Briggs & Stratton

Question for clarification.  If I mix this fuel stabilizer in with unleaded fuel, pour it in my portable generator B-S engine & operate the generator monthly, then I should expect it to protect the engine without the fuel going stale for up to 3 years?

Asked by: Bob283
Fuel stabilizer needs to be added to fresh fuel in the correct ratio every time the engine is refueled to get the protection identified.
Answered by: Tomica_BriggsStratton
Date published: 2016-04-20

THE DATE CODE ON MY 4 OZ BOTTLE IS 073 12 180. WHAT DATE WAS THIS MANUFACTURED???

Asked by: DAVE100
That date does not seem like valid digits. Please take your bottle to your nearest dealer for assistance with locating the date code. You can locate your nearest here: http://bit.ly/14yWuSi
Answered by: Tracey_BriggsStratton
Date published: 2016-01-25

Can this be carried in checked baggage on a commercial plane?  I have not found it here in Lima.

Asked by: Anonymous
Please check with your airline for this information.
Answered by: Tracey_BriggsStratton
Date published: 2016-01-02

how do I drain the fuel from model 15C1 34 2143

Asked by: MikeM62
We recommend siphoning out the fuel with a hand pump.
Answered by: Kaylin_BriggsStratton
Date published: 2015-11-30

is it safe to use in my fuel injected outboard?

Asked by: ontario 201
To locate any information on your unit, you will first need the model and revision number. Please see the following FAQ for assistance in locating these numbers: http://bit.ly/17rzznN Once you have this information you can find manuals and parts listings for the unit here: http://bit.ly/12pIs1I Select “I own Briggs & Stratton branded equipment”, then your product type. Enter the model number as directed.
Answered by: Tracey_BriggsStratton
Date published: 2015-09-18

I am using ethanol free fuel in my B & S engine.  Do I still need to use this fuel treatment?

Asked by: Jim728
We still recommend the use of a fuel treatment even when using ethanol free fuel.
Answered by: Nicole_BriggsStratton
Date published: 2015-05-13

I am from Canada and I am wondering if the  its 1/20z per 2.5 US or imperial gallons . Also I do miss the old style bottle with the built in measuring system it was better way to go. 

Asked by: stew 11
This is US gallons.
Answered by: Nicole_BriggsStratton
Date published: 2014-12-02

do you know how much a capful measures on the 4oz bottle ? I only use a 1 gallon can for my small snow blower.

Asked by: Chris716
We do not have a measurement for the cap. You use one ounce of fuel stabilizer for every 2 1/2 gallons of gas.
Answered by: Nicole_BriggsStratton
Date published: 2014-11-21
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