Ethanol is safe to use with rubber gaskets, methanol isn't. Ethanol is mixed with the gasoline you purchase from your local gas station. I'd refrain from using a 100% mixture, though. Interestingly, 100% ethanol is available on the liquor store shelf- Everclear. I'd save it for tasty drinks though, as it would be too expensive to fill your car with, and your engine wouldn't run very well.
No, its bad for your engine Sure you can mix them as long as your vehicle has a flex fuel engine. You can also mix then in a non flex fuel engine as long as you do not mix more than 10% ethanol with plain gasoline.
no only a 2005+ models can run on ethanol fuel any years lower still needs unleded
ethanol is a fuel.
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.
Yes, adding gasoline without ethanol will reduce the affects of ethanol by diluting it. You do not say which effects of ethanol you wish to reduce. What follows is true but sarcastic and not actually recommended. If you add almost anything non fuel to your fuel tank such as water it will reduce the effects of ethanol. Specifically it will reduce the effect of powering your engine.
Gas engine it is in the fuel tank. Diesel engine it is on the left side of the engine.
On most electronically controlled engines, it's not possible to adjust fuel richness, this job is done by engine's computer. If you think your engine is misworking, it must be checked by a qualified mechanic.,
Unleaded Gasoline, Diesel, Ethanol, or Natural Gas depending on the engine.
the engine in a 84 ford laser is not ethanol compatible & will run like a sack of crap if you use fuel that contains any ethanol
The standard fuel pressure for a 1998 Chevy 3500 with a 454 engine is 50 PSI. If fuel pressure drops much below this level, the fuel injectors will not work properly.
Gas engine, it is in the fuel tank on the fuel pump module.Diesel, it is on the driver side of the engine.
No, it will damage the fuel system.
US, and then Brazil produces the most ethanol fuel...nd I'm sure every countries that has ethanol industry would produce ethanol fuel!
The 1998 Chevy S 10 Blazer 4.3 liter engine fuel pressure regulator will be on top of the engine. The fuel pressure regulator will be attached to the injector fuel pump.
Modern engines can run some Ethanol. Modern gasoline engines are now set up to run E10, which is a mixture of 10% ethanol. To use higher percentages like E85, which is 85% Ethanol, engines need appropriate seals, hoses and engine settings (timing, etc.). Vehicles set up to run E85 have been selling for a number of years and are sold as "Flex Fuel" vehicles. Such vehicles have a fuel sensor in the fuel line to monitor the mix of gasoline and ethanol present and adjust the engine appropriately for the fuel being used. Either all gasoline can be used or any mixture of ethanol up to 85% ethanol (E85). Running E85 in a vehicle not set up for this mixture will damage seals and fuel lines.
Have a fuel pump pressure test done.
if it is a petrol (gasoline) engine, the answer is yes. I am running my 4.6L V8 on 50% ethanol, with no engine or injection modification, no difference in starting, power and fuel economy. On the long run, if you use more than 50% it may damage rubber in the fuel pump and seals. After you start using ethanol, change the fuel filter as etahnol will clean and detach all previous residues in the tank and fuel lines.
87 octane regular if it is a gasoline engine. Diesel fuel if it has a diesel engine.
On a 1998 Mercury Mountaineer : Yes , both the 4.0 liter , SOHC , V6 engine and the 5.0 liter V8 engine are fuel injected
ethanol fuel is use for gasoline if we didnt have ethanol there would be no cars or just no gasoline
it is a fuel of geometeriological ethanol
A 1998 Plymouth Breeze engine is fuel injected so there is no carburetor
The fuel system is capable of withstanding the corrosive aspects of the higher ethanol concentration and the computer is programmed with calibrations for running on E85 on the flex fuel system. The engine itself is no different.
Your car can safely run on fuel that is up to 10% ethanol. To run E85 which is 85% ethanol your car must be modified. It can be done but it would be very expensive to make all the changes necessary. Ethanol is a solvent and will destroy common rubber seals and gaskets used in cars not designed to run it. It is highly corrosive to aluminum and other parts in an engine. And besides, why would you want to burn ethanol. Ethanol has less energy than gasoline so your fuel mileage will drop around 20 to 30%. If you are getting 30 mpg with gasoline you will get around 24-25 with Ethanol. You will also have less power burning Ethanol. And it takes corn and other food sources to make Ethanol. That causes the price of corn to go up costing us more for food products containing corn.