Bear with me if this is a stupid question. I own a 2010 Ford Escape with the V-6 Flex Fuel engine. It's designed to be run on E-85 if so desired. A couple of local stations are finally selling the E-85 by me. If I choose to use the E-85 does it matter how much regular gas is in the tank already. It's extremely unlikely I would be able to run the E-85 consistently due to availability issues, so I'm just curious what the results would be. Thanks in advance.
I have an 05 Sport Trac Flex Fuel and I ran E85 when fuel prices got up to $4
I lost about 3 mpg. I do not run it now unless there is at least 50 cents per gallon difference.
Performance wise I could not tell much difference
Do you have Gas? Propane Execeptional Energy
2012 Escape Ltd FWD, 2005 Explorer Sport Trac 2WD
2004 Escape Ltd FWD, 1996 F350 7.3L CCLB DRW,3" DP,4" Exhaust, Cat Delete, 6637
2012 Ridgeline by Yellowstone Fifth Wheel
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