Well the answer is yes... and no. My 06 SE-R runs fine on mixes as high as E40 (I've experimented as high as E70) and we all know all cars can run on E-10 so blending a few gallons of E85 with regular gasoline will afford you some relief at the pump. depending on which engine your Sentra has, and where in the country you live it's becoming more and more popular to upsize the fuel injectors ~30% this will allow your vehicle to run on straight E85 and the computer will not be the wiser. NOW if you live in an area where E85 is not plentiful this is not a solution because the car will run very rich on straight gasoline. you should be okay as Nissan tends not to use a lot of natural rubber in their fuel systems, however keep in mind like all experiments it's vital to monitor the operation of your engine, keep observing and be ready to add gasoline if it starts acting up. but I think with no conversion you'll see 3 or so gallons per tank to be an achievable number. be prepared for a 15% drop in mileage per gallon of ethanol added. it will however work out int he end.
no you can not use e85, only ninetysix
The 2008 Nissan Titan runs on flex-fuel (unleaded/E85).
A 2000 Lesabre is not designed for E85. While the car might operate on E85 the fuel system is not built for it.
only premuim fuel is reccomended by the factory.
If is says FlexFuel in your owners manual or on the rear of the vehicle then you can burn E85. If not, then no you cannot use E85.
If you have the 3.0 liter FFV ( flexible fuel vehicle ) engine
Yes it will run on 10% ethanol fuel. Do not try E85.
No, but the vehicle has to be able to operate on E85.
It is not made for E85 it is just designed to be able to use E85. You can use regular fuel and it will get better fuel economy in the process.
NO! As far as I know the Vibe is NOT a Flex Fuel vehicle. If it is Flex Fuel and can burn E85 it will have a label affixed to the vehicle somewhere. Do NOT use E85 in a non Flex Fuel vehicle.
No. do not use E85 in a Liberty. It does not have the proper software or fuel system components to run on E85.
If you are referring to E85, from my experience using E85 actually lowers the fuel economy.
If the car is a Flex-Fuel vehicle then yes you can use E85. If it is not a Flex-Fuel vehicle you cannot use E85. Using E85 will damage components. As far as I know your 2006 Pontiac G6 is not a Flex-Fuel vehicle. Reads your owner's manual to be sure.
E85 is a blend of gasoline and ethanol fuel which has been denatured. The ratio is 15% to 85%. E85 is a variety of fuel, but modifications to the engine are required for this to be used.
Only vehicles that are Flex Fuel vehicles can burn E85. How many there are is of no consequence.
No. A 1999 Ram is not equipped to run on E85.
The injectors are not able to deal with the thickness of E85. unless you get bigger injectors (at least double your stock size) will you be able to run E85, on top of replacing O2 sensors, fuel pump and hooking up a fuel management system.
Yes. An E85 car is called a Flex Fuel car meaning it can burn regular gasoline or E85.
Not recommended. E85 (flex fuel) engines are modified engines that allows the use of flex fuel. E85 is less potent then standard gas so more fuel (up to 34%) is needed to be injected into the cylinders to retain the car's power. Flex fuel cars have electronic fuel injectors, that can sense the E85 gasoline and increase the amount injected into the chamber. If you put E85 fuel into a standard engine, u will experience a significant reduction in power, and possibly doing harm to your engine. E85 fuel is good in a since that it burns cleaner and emits less emissions but because more fuel is needed to be injected, it produces lower fuel economy numbers.
E85 or gas.
Not with out damaging the fuel system.
most vehicles from 1992 to current are able to run on e85 ethanol