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E85 is about 103 octane rating. The higher the octane the less the engine will have a pre-ignition in the cylinder (pinging).Higher compression engines require higher octane rated fuels to avoid this pinging. You can try it, but only if your car is rated to take E85 fuel. If it is not rated for E85, you will do more damage than good to the engine. Cleaning out the cylinders with Seafoam can help remove carbon deposits and may reduce the pinging.

Nissan Cars &... | Answered 22 minutes ago

check for a loose connection in the plug connectors, and the lights as well

Cars & Trucks | Answered 23 minutes ago

follow link and click on torque tables and look up your vehicle, has most vehicles in their database

2000 Honda... | Answered 46 minutes ago

follow this link for a diagram of the EVAP system, for some reasom i'm unable to upload any PDF'S, dont worry that is says Impreza this site wil hopefully cover your vehicle

Subaru Cars &... | Answered 54 minutes ago

An engine that only runs on choke probably has a fuel blockage in the carburettor.

Ford Cars &... | Answered 55 minutes ago

That means those system are turned off an diagnostic trouble codes are stored in the electronic module that controls those systems. Your best bet , take to qualified repair shop.

Cadillac... | Answered 1 hour ago

this is not a bus company

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