New E10 fuel could cause ‘burned pistons’ and valve damage due to high ethanol mix
New E10 fuel is set to be launched across petrol stations next year but owners could run the risk of suffering “burned valves” or “burned pistons”, according to an expert. Paul Ireland, researcher and author of Classic Engines: Modern Fuel has warned cars are built with a “precise mixture” of air and petrol which could be disturbed.
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