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Old 24 Jan 2010, 10:24 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Non Turbo Fuel type.

HI All,

I know, this is a stupid question to be asking...and I think I know the answer.

I Have just bought a 52 plate non turbo 2.0.

Should I putting super unleaded fuel in it?? as its basically the same engine as the turbo version, Im guessing ive answered my own question.

The engine managemt light has come up too, which has promted me to wonder if the 2 are connected?

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Old 24 Jan 2010, 08:02 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Re: Non Turbo Fuel type.

Ya Id put the super unleaded into it the higher the octane the better less chance of damaging detonation and engine will run safer with super unleaded is the engine managment light on now? as if you used the 95ron it might have triggered a knock sensor code po325 think it is so Id reset ecu with super unleaded fuel in the car first, but to reset ecu in new age you need to plug it in to dianostics to clear codes and job done if that was the problem
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