as far as i know, all the 2.2 liters were flex fuel
1) Check your Vin Number.... Count 8 numbers back from the front. If the number is a 6 it is flex feul, it's its a 5 it's normal....
2) Jack up your truck and under the Drivers Door Area behind the frame look at the fuel filter... if it only has one nipple on each end, it's regular fuel, if it has 2 on the backside and one on the front it is flex fuel
If the 8th didgit number is 4= 2.2 Lw/mpfi or sfi
If the 8th didgit number is 5= 2.2 w/sfi& flex fuel
It all depends on what year it is. and it will tell you in your owners manual if you can use what they call "flex-fuel". and don't let mechanics tell you that they can convert your engine to a flex-fuel engine. they pretty much have to rebuild everything from the pistons and camshaft to the fuel injectors. The some Saab 9-3's car use E85.
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