Most gasoline vehicles are designed to run on 87 octane, with others, a higher octane fuel is essential. Check your owner’s manual and use the octane rating required for your vehicle by the manufacturer. Using a lower octane fuel can cause the engine to run poorly and cause damage over time. It may also void your warranty. In older vehicles, the engine may make an noticeable “knocking” or “pinging” sound. Although, many newer vehicles can adjust to decrease this, your vehicle’s engine power and fuel economy will suffer.
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