High Ethanol Fuel Mandated By EPA Probably Damaging Car Engines

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Not only does using corn for fuel drive up the cost of food, it can also damage our cars. The E15 fuel mandated by the EPA is so bad that even Government Motors is against it.

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AAA urged the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to halt sales of gasoline with higher ethanol concentrations Friday, contending the fuel blend causes engine damage not covered under most auto warranties.

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EPA says that cars made in the model year 2001 and later can handle E15, the fuel blend made up of 15 percent ethanol and 85 percent petroleum…

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General Motors vehicles model years 2012 and newer, as well as 2013 model-year Ford vehicles, permit use of E15. Still, GM spokeswoman Sharon Basel said the automaker agrees with AAA [and] said EPA was being “irresponsible” by permitting the use of E15 without evaluating the fuel’s effects on the entire car.

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“We have the same opinion, the same view as what AAA has so eloquently put in their release,” Basel told The Hill on Friday.

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AAA noted BMW, Chrysler, Nissan, Toyota and Volkswagen do not cover damage from E15 under their warranties. Ford, Honda, Hyundai, Kia, Mazda, Mercedes-Benz and Volvo have said E15 damage might void warranties, according to AAA.

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Read the whole thing, using E15 fuel can also void auto warranties.

H/T Doug Ross