The 70-year-old said: “We managed to get back in ‘limp-home mode’,” he said.
“The next day I took my car to a mechanic, who asked if I’d put petrol in it. He drained all the water out and said it had water in it. He put new filters in, refilled it with diesel and the car was good as new. If anything, she’s running better than before.”
He said the work cost him £260 in parts and labour.
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