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I just posted on another board but I like you guys too
so thought i'd get your opinion on something..

I heard that the EPA is allowing "more polluting gas formulations" to be used during the fuel crisis caused by hurricane Katrina.. they said it's to allow refineries to get gas more quickly to market..

my question is.. how is this "more polluting gas" going to affect the tC's engine? i was thinking that meant higher sulfur content in the gas, correct me if i'm wrong..

how would this affect the tC's engine?
 

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I doubt it's about sulfur, but it's possible. It's more likely less oxygenate. It won't hurt a thing. The tC has a wideband sensor, so it will run just fine. Even if it is sulfur, the cat will clean it up considerably.
 
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