In our Siphon Gas on Ashika Island DMZ Fuel Shortage guide, we are going to show you how to complete this step of the mission. You need to siphon gas out of one vehicle on the island, but it’s not exactly clear how to do that. I mean, once you get the gas can, what’s next? Standing next to a vehicle doesn’t seem to do anything. What does the game want from you? Let’s find out!
How to Siphon the Gas from 1 Vehicle on Ashika Island DMZ Fuel Shortage
To siphon the gas from one vehicle on Ashika Island in the DMZ Fuel Shortage mission, you first need to obtain a gas can, as we’ve said. These can usually be found around gas stations, like in our screenshot below. Once you have a gas can, head into the nearest car. There’s usually one or a couple of them around gas stations, so that shouldn’t be that big of an issue. Once you’re inside a car, open your backpack and mouse over the gas can. You’ll see three options: Refuel, Drop or Siphon. Refuel adds gas to the vehicle, so click Siphon instead. Note that you can’t siphon gas out if the can is 100% full. Use Refuel to empty out some of it.
And there you go, that’s how you siphon the gas from one vehicle on Ashika Island and complete that step of the DMZ Fuel Shortage mission. It’s basically just a throwaway thing to teach you about the new functionality of the gas can. And yes, you’d assume that you have to stand next to the car, but nope. In DMZ, apparently cars have gas tank doors under the driver’s seat or something. Anyways, that about does it for this guide. If you need help with something else in the game, check out some of our other articles, like Vondel Zoo Dead Drop Location, Find the Detonator at Graveyard, and Laswell’s Letter Upload Station Radio Tower Location.