Residual antifreeze in the gas tank
Yesterday, I was driving my 2001 Jeep Grand Cherokee and ran out of gas. Needing something to fill with gas to bring back to my jeep, I took a gallon container of antifreeze, dumped out ALL of the antifreeze, made sure there was not a drop in it and filled the container half full with gas to bring back with me. When I put the half gallon of gas in my truck and started it, it would not start, was only cranking. Eventually after many tries, it started, drove two miles down the road, then died.
It hasn't started since.
I do believe that antifreeze can screw up combustion in your engine, but I believe it would be several ounces plus, not some residual film of it possibly left on the sides of the container unless I'm mistaken
Anyone have any answers to this problem, solutions?