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Interesting Facts

Other interesting facts about ethanol

  • Ethanol is produced from corn, soybeans, sugar cane, or other organic material. It is blended with gasoline (10% ethanol, 90% gasoline) to produce E10.
  • Ethanol has 28% less energy density than gasoline, so it reduces fuel efficiency.
  • Ethanol is an excellent solvent, drying agent and cleanser. It will clean or dissolve some parts of, and deposits in, fuel storage and fuel delivery systems, including some fuel tank materials. The dissolved material can clog filters or pass through and leave deposits on fuel injectors, fuel pumps, fuel pressure regulators, carburetor jets, intake tracts, valves, and valve guides.

To help prevent water contamination problems when using a gasoline/ethanol mix:

  • Keep your fuel tank and fuel storage tank filled with fresh fuel and out of direct sunlight.
  • Don’t purchase more fuel than will be used in a 3-month period.
  • Use a fuel stabilizer along with fresh fuel when your engine is stored (follow the procedure noted in your owner’s manual to ensure proper storage). Note that a fuel stabilizer will not reconstitute stale fuel.
  • Use a gas station with a reputation for quality fuel.
  • Know the specific fuel laws for your state as laws and fuel composition may change often.


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