Cars & Vehicles
Ford Ranger XLT
What are flex fuel cars?
A flexible-fuel vehicle (FFV) is an automobile that can
typically burn two separate fuels or a mixture of fuels. A common
example is a vehicle that can accept gasoline mixed with varying
levels of bioethanol (gasohol).
Asked in Toyota, Toyota Sienna, Ford Ranger XLT
When will Toyota build a flex fuel sedan?
Most car companies are going in the direction of creating fuel efficient cars and trucks, but you might want to contact Toyota at their website Toyota.com and ask them when they will start production on flex fuel cars. GM currently has vehicles that are flex fuel so go to Chevy.com or GMC.com and look at what flex vehicles are out on the road currently.
Asked in Cars & Vehicles, Fuel and Engines
Can the Flex fuel logo be used on Bio Diesel cars?
Asked in Chevy Trucks and SUVs, Chevy Trailblazer
E85 2007 Chevy Trailblazer?
You cannot burn E85 in a vehicle that is not Flex Fuel. I do not think your Trailblazer is Flex Fuel. If it is it will have a yellow gas cap, and a sticker saying Flex Fuel. If you have any doubts look in your owner's manual or call your GM dealer and provide your VIN#. They can verify if it is Flex Fuel.
Asked in Fuel Filters, Fuel Pumps, Chevy Tahoe
Why is a 03 Tahoe fuel pump for flex fuel higher than regular?
Asked in Mercury Mountaineer
Can you use flex fuel in a 2003 mercury mountaineer?
Asked in Cars & Vehicles, GM and GMC, Chevy Tahoe
Can you burn e20 flex fuel in your non flex fuel vehicle?
Asked in Dodge Caravan
What cars can use e-85?
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.