Re: Escape and Use of E85 Fuel
Best thing to do is write down your VIN and call a Ford dealer.
On a side note if the owners manual doesn't specify the use of E85, stay away from it. The FFV module is generally all that's needed to run E85 as most valves are hardened enough to handle it on a regular basis on most modern engines built today. E85 isn't as efficient as petrol so you'll need a solid 30% more E85 fuel to travel the same distance as you would have you filled up with 87 octane.
Also, it doesn't state this in the manual but for vehicles that can run E85, it's best to stick with using the same fuel for a while rather than consistently switching it back and fourth, as it can damage the FFV module.
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