Using the Correct Octane

Use the gasoline octane rating recommended in your owner's manual. Using too high of an octane can cause pinging in the engine, which can be annoying and can also be a sign of engine problems. Even if there is nothing wrong with your car, you may spend unnecessary money on diagnosis to rule out any other problems.

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