Question about 1994 Lincoln Town Car
You can use 87 octane, but first let me give you some food for thought, when you use lower octane than recommended the knock or ping sensor will ****** the timing to accommodate the lower octane fuel and prevent piston damage, this causes a loss of fuel economy and power, so the real saving is very small if at all, but yes your car will run fine in all but very hot climates, like the southwestern states. I hqave a Corvette, it calls for 91 Octane, I have run 87 in it to save money, but the fuel mileage drops 3 MPG, so I gave that up.
Posted on Sep 03, 2008
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