Got a question again lol. So my truck takes e85, can i put those fuel injection cleaners or such? Never heard if it does anything being its e85 not gas. Input and thoughts on all that?
Jay Smith: E85 means your car is capable of running on E85, so the question is are you running e85 and if so are the additives compatible with it. They should have documentation on them on the product or its website.
Christene Deason: Ok however YOU want to repeat what i said! Thanks for no help.
Jay Smith: No I said They should have documentation on them on the product or its website.
Josh Marxen: If you are running E85 then no, injector cleaner probably wont matter as a lot of people are using a gallon of it in non equipped cars as injector cleaner. However while E85 and injector cleaner are both an alcohol setup the difference is injector cleaner is not only more concentrated it is also chemically set up not to varnish or rot. When gasoline gets old it turns to varnish which is what plugs injectors. Ethanol is a bio so it will turn rotten. The point is fresh E85 will act as an injector cleaner, let it sit for a year and it will gum up the entire system and you will need injector cleaner at best. Water remover is another story. Its designed to cover water molecules and separate them so they can mix into the fuel and pass though the system, rather than the water, which actually sits at the bottom of the tank because its heavier, getting sucked up by the pump in large quantity. So I dont see how the alcohol evaporates it from below itself and water removers dont evaporate water like is commonly thought.