Question about 1999 Nissan Sentra
It was, is, and always will be my opinion, that no engine is compatible with any alcohol product without making changes to fuel delivery, timing and compression. Even if the engine appears to run OK, you will note at least a 15% drop in mpg. for those reasons. As far as damage to engine, this remains to be seen...alcohol is hygroscopic (draws moisture from the air) that in itself can cause problems with internal fuel components. If you have a choice, generally speaking, it will work, but I'd opt not to use it.
Posted on Jul 29, 2009
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