Could higher levels of ethanol in gasoline cause engine damage in older vehicles?



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    Yes. Ethanol, E85, or E10, should only be used in cars that are made to accept this kind of fuel (flex fuel vechicles). It can clog fuel filters by removing impurities in the fuel tank and corrode parts of the fuel system (especially in older cars). There are some technologies

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