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Jeremy Smith explained: “It’s an electric motor, if they’re exposed to air and if there’s not much fuel for that coolant effect,” External link

ksl Wednesday, April 19, 2017 11:23:00 AM CEST

Jeremy Smith explained: “You get more condensation inside the gas tank if you’re always leaving more air in there,” “And you never know when you’re stuck in a traffic jam, your commute might take 45 minutes longer than you were planning on. Don’t get stuck on the freeway without enough gas to get off. Just fill it up all the way and you’ll be good to go” External link

ksl Wednesday, April 19, 2017 11:23:00 AM CEST

John Kelly said: “I’m sure there are people convinced they get better mileage or more power when they do buy premium,” External link

ksl Wednesday, April 19, 2017 11:23:00 AM CEST

John Kelly said: “If you put too low of an octane in an engine, the fuel could ignite before the spark plug ignites it, and you get this detonation or pinging sound that can be pretty harmful,” External link

ksl Wednesday, April 19, 2017 11:23:00 AM CEST

John Kelly said: “I think a lot of people think all gas is the same, the only thing different is the price,” “That’s simply not the case. Where you buy your fuel can make a difference” External link

ksl Wednesday, April 19, 2017 11:23:00 AM CEST

Jeremy Smith said: “Different brands of fuel will have different additive packs added to the fuel, which can help reduce carbon in the engine, clean the engine out and make it perform better,” External link

ksl Wednesday, April 19, 2017 11:23:00 AM CEST

John Kelly explained: “Those additives are not approved by the vehicle manufacturer,” “Depending on what additive it is, it could actually cause problems with your vehicle. Just leave it alone, unless it’s sold by the car manufacturer at their parts counter as an official factory additive, which is pretty rare. There’s no tune-up in a can” External link

ksl Wednesday, April 19, 2017 11:23:00 AM CEST

John Kelly said: “If you buy gasoline from a major brand gas station, chances of you having a fuel-related problem are pretty slim,” “Automobile manufacturers use Top Tier gasoline when they have to have the Environmental Protection Agency pass their certification tests. If you want a vehicle to operate and run like it was designed to, that’s really the fuel that needs to be in the tank” External link

ksl Wednesday, April 19, 2017 11:23:00 AM CEST

John Kelly said: “If there’s liquid in there, it’s not going to like that. It can cause the emission control system that controls the vapor canister to detect a malfunction,” “You’ll get a check engine light, you’ll have to take it to the shop, see what’s going on and that could cost a lot more money. Just learn to let the pump click off and let it be” External link

ksl Wednesday, April 19, 2017 11:23:00 AM CEST

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