E85 kur rasti jam tinkamu varikliu sarasa?

Created by User 2013-01-21
User
2013-02-25 20:09:14
abejociau, kad e85 taip viskam tinka, o toj lentelej juk tik e5 ir e10 tebuvo
User
2013-01-21 19:22:44
2013-01-21 18:59:53 wrote:Raso kad mersams visems po 86m tinka ar as klystu?Na ten va tokia varnele uzdeta √ prie Mercedes Benz?Kai ten istikruju?Raso kad net Ssang Yongui 4x4 3, 2 tinka .Ar as teisingai supratau?
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Can my vehicle operate on Ethanol blend petrol?

CAN MY VEHICLE OPERATE ON ETHANOL BLEND PETROL?

Throughout Australia, ethanol-blend fuels, such as E10 and E85, are available as an alternative to unleaded petrol. Most new and many older vehicle models effectively operate on petrol with up to 10% ethanol, i.e. E10. Vehicle manufacturers and importers have provided the following information on the capability of their vehicles to operate on ethanol fuel blends, subject to the fuel meeting the octane requirements for the vehicle and complying with relevant mandatory Australian fuel quality standards.

To avoid operational issues, vehicles should be maintained in accordance with manufacturer’s servicing procedures using genuine replacement parts. This will ensure that the fuel systems of vehicles continue to operate as designed on ethanol blend fuels.

More recently, E85, a blend of up to 85% ethanol and 15% unleaded petrol, is available from a growing number of fuel suppliers.

At this stage, very few cars on Australian roads are capable of operating on E85. These include Saab’s 9-3 and 9-5 Bio power models, Dodge Avenger 2.7L V6, Dodge Journey 2.7L V6 people mover, Chrysler Sebring 2.7 V6 (sedan and convertible) and Holden Commodore VE Series II flex-fuel vehicles (with 3.0L V6 or 6.0L V8 engine).

For more information about national fuel quality standards or about national labeling requirements for ethanol blends, please visit The Australian Government Department of Sustainability, Environment, Water, Population and Communities website; Ethanol fuel quality standard.

The Australian Design Rules (ADRs) are harmonised with international standards as specified in the UN ECE Regulations. The same requirements apply throughout the European Union. New vehicles certified to these standards will increasingly use advanced emission control technologies that strictly control the engine’s operating parameters and have therefore more stringent fuel quality requirements.

Currently the EU fuel specification allows up to E5 and some vehicles sold into the European market may not be suitable for E10 use.

The use of E10 petrol in vehicles that are E5 compatible may also result in material compatibility problems in the fuel system.

VEHICLE MODEL SUITABILITY FOR E5 OR E10 USE

The following table lists vehicle models suitability to run on E5 or E10 ethanol blended petrol. Before using E5 or E10 in motor vehicles not listed below, or if you are unsure, consult your handbook or manufacturer to check if the fuel is suitable.

MOTOR VEHICLES







E5 Suitable


E10 Suitable

BRAND


MODEL


Yes


No


Yes


No

Alfa Romeo


All models post 1998











x

Alfa Romeo


All models pre 1998





x





x

Audi


Audi A3 1.8L (Engine Code 'APG' 2000 onwards)

and A4 2.0L (Engine Code 'ALT' 2001 onwards)







x





x

Audi


All models post 1986 except above













Bentley


All models post 1990













BMW


All models post 1986













Citroen


All models post 1998













Chrysler


All models post 1986













Daihatsu


Charade (September 2004 onwards); Terios (September 2004 onwards); Copen (October 2004 onwards); Sirion (November 2004 onwards)












Dodge All models post 1986







Fiat


Punto











x

Ford


Focus (2002 - 2004), F-series (1986-1992), Ka (All), Maverick (All), Transit (1996 - 2004)











x

Ford
Mondeo (prior to 2007)




x

Ford


Capri (All), Courier 2.0L & 2.6L (All), Econovan (pre-2002), Festiva (All), Laser 1.3L, 1.5L & 1.6L (All), Raider (All), Telstar (All)





x





x

Ford


All models post 1986 except above













GMDaewoo


All models





x





x

Holden


Apollo (1/87-7/89), Nova (2/89-7/94), Barina (1985-1994), Drover (1985-1987), Scurry (1985-1986), Astra (1984-1989)





x





x

Holden


Astra SRi 2.2L (11/2006 onwards); Astra 2.2L Twin Top Convertible (11/2006 onwards)











x

Holden


All models post 1986 except above













Honda


Insight - 2004 onwards; Civic range (including Civic Hybrid) - 2004 onwards; S2000 - 2004 onwards; CRV - 2003 onwards; MD-X - 2003 onwards; Accord & Accord Euro - 2003 onwards; Integra – 2002 onwards; Odyssey – 2004 onwards; Jazz – 2004 onwards; Legend – 2006 onwards













Hyundai


All models post October 2003













Jaguar


All models post 1986












Jeep All models post 1986







Kia


All models post 1996













Land Rover


All models post 1986













Lexus


IS200 pre May 2002











x

Lexus


All models post 1986 except above













Lotus


Elan (1989-1991); Esprit (4 cyl – 1987-1999); Elise (Rover engine – 1996-2004); 340R; Exige (Rover engine – 2001, 2002 & 2004); Europa (2006 onwards)





x





x

Lotus


Esprit (V8 – 1998-2004); Exige (Toyota engine – 2004 onwards); Elise (Toyota engine – 2004 onwards)













Mazda


Mazda2 - May 2005 build onwards, Mazda3, Mazda6, RX-8, MX-5 – July 2005 build onwards, Tribute - April 2006 onwards, CX-7, CX-9













Mazda


All models except above





x





x

Mercedes-Benz


All models post 1986













MG


All models











x

MINI


All models













Mitsubishi


All fuel injected models post 1986













Nissan


All models post 2004













Peugeot


306 (XU engine only)





x





x

Peugeot


All models post July 1997 except above













Porsche


All models pre MY2007











x

Porsche


All models from MY2007













Proton


All models













Rover


All models











x

Renault


All models post 2001











x

Rolls Royce


All models between 1990 and 2002













Saab


All models post 1986













Ssangyong


Rexton, Stavic & Chairman models with 3.2 litre petrol engine













Subaru


All Subaru (before 1990)

Subaru Liberty B4 (2002 to 2003)

Subaru Liberty GT (2004 - 2006)

Impreza WRX STI (1999 to 2005)





x





x

Subaru


All models post MY1990 except above provided the model-specific minimum octane rating is maintained













Suzuki


Alto, Mighty Boy, Wagon R+, Swift/Cino, Sierra, Stockman, Vitara, X-90, Jimny (SOHC), Super Carry, Suzuki Baleno and Baleno GTX





x





x

Suzuki


All models except above (providing RON requirements are met)













Toyota


Camry with carburettor engines pre July 1989 and Corolla pre July 1994; Supra - pre May 1993, Cressida - pre Feb 1993, Paseo - pre Aug 1995, Starlet - pre July 1999, Land Cruiser - pre Aug 1992, Coaster - pre Jan 1993, Dyna - pre May 1995, Tarago - pre Oct 1996, Hilux , Hiace, & 4 Runner - pre Aug 1997, Townace - pre Dec 1998





x





x

Toyota


All models except above













Volkswagen


All fuel injected models post 1986













Volvo


All models post 1986











Na taip, tik man įdomu ar čia tikrai galima į tokius pilt. Kažkaip įdomiai atrodo, kad vos ne visiems galima kas naujesni.
User
2013-01-21 18:59:53
Raso kad mersams visems po 86m tinka ar as klystu?Na ten va tokia varnele uzdeta √ prie Mercedes Benz?Kai ten istikruju?Raso kad net Ssang Yongui 4x4 3, 2 tinka .Ar as teisingai supratau?
:
Can my vehicle operate on Ethanol blend petrol?

CAN MY VEHICLE OPERATE ON ETHANOL BLEND PETROL?

Throughout Australia, ethanol-blend fuels, such as E10 and E85, are available as an alternative to unleaded petrol. Most new and many older vehicle models effectively operate on petrol with up to 10% ethanol, i.e. E10. Vehicle manufacturers and importers have provided the following information on the capability of their vehicles to operate on ethanol fuel blends, subject to the fuel meeting the octane requirements for the vehicle and complying with relevant mandatory Australian fuel quality standards.

To avoid operational issues, vehicles should be maintained in accordance with manufacturer’s servicing procedures using genuine replacement parts. This will ensure that the fuel systems of vehicles continue to operate as designed on ethanol blend fuels.

More recently, E85, a blend of up to 85% ethanol and 15% unleaded petrol, is available from a growing number of fuel suppliers.

At this stage, very few cars on Australian roads are capable of operating on E85. These include Saab’s 9-3 and 9-5 Bio power models, Dodge Avenger 2.7L V6, Dodge Journey 2.7L V6 people mover, Chrysler Sebring 2.7 V6 (sedan and convertible) and Holden Commodore VE Series II flex-fuel vehicles (with 3.0L V6 or 6.0L V8 engine).

For more information about national fuel quality standards or about national labeling requirements for ethanol blends, please visit The Australian Government Department of Sustainability, Environment, Water, Population and Communities website; Ethanol fuel quality standard.

The Australian Design Rules (ADRs) are harmonised with international standards as specified in the UN ECE Regulations. The same requirements apply throughout the European Union. New vehicles certified to these standards will increasingly use advanced emission control technologies that strictly control the engine’s operating parameters and have therefore more stringent fuel quality requirements.

Currently the EU fuel specification allows up to E5 and some vehicles sold into the European market may not be suitable for E10 use.

The use of E10 petrol in vehicles that are E5 compatible may also result in material compatibility problems in the fuel system.

VEHICLE MODEL SUITABILITY FOR E5 OR E10 USE

The following table lists vehicle models suitability to run on E5 or E10 ethanol blended petrol. Before using E5 or E10 in motor vehicles not listed below, or if you are unsure, consult your handbook or manufacturer to check if the fuel is suitable.

MOTOR VEHICLES







E5 Suitable


E10 Suitable

BRAND


MODEL


Yes


No


Yes


No

Alfa Romeo


All models post 1998











x

Alfa Romeo


All models pre 1998





x





x

Audi


Audi A3 1.8L (Engine Code 'APG' 2000 onwards)

and A4 2.0L (Engine Code 'ALT' 2001 onwards)







x





x

Audi


All models post 1986 except above













Bentley


All models post 1990













BMW


All models post 1986













Citroen


All models post 1998













Chrysler


All models post 1986













Daihatsu


Charade (September 2004 onwards); Terios (September 2004 onwards); Copen (October 2004 onwards); Sirion (November 2004 onwards)












Dodge All models post 1986







Fiat


Punto











x

Ford


Focus (2002 - 2004), F-series (1986-1992), Ka (All), Maverick (All), Transit (1996 - 2004)











x

Ford
Mondeo (prior to 2007)




x

Ford


Capri (All), Courier 2.0L & 2.6L (All), Econovan (pre-2002), Festiva (All), Laser 1.3L, 1.5L & 1.6L (All), Raider (All), Telstar (All)





x





x

Ford


All models post 1986 except above













GMDaewoo


All models





x





x

Holden


Apollo (1/87-7/89), Nova (2/89-7/94), Barina (1985-1994), Drover (1985-1987), Scurry (1985-1986), Astra (1984-1989)





x





x

Holden


Astra SRi 2.2L (11/2006 onwards); Astra 2.2L Twin Top Convertible (11/2006 onwards)











x

Holden


All models post 1986 except above













Honda


Insight - 2004 onwards; Civic range (including Civic Hybrid) - 2004 onwards; S2000 - 2004 onwards; CRV - 2003 onwards; MD-X - 2003 onwards; Accord & Accord Euro - 2003 onwards; Integra – 2002 onwards; Odyssey – 2004 onwards; Jazz – 2004 onwards; Legend – 2006 onwards













Hyundai


All models post October 2003













Jaguar


All models post 1986












Jeep All models post 1986







Kia


All models post 1996













Land Rover


All models post 1986













Lexus


IS200 pre May 2002











x

Lexus


All models post 1986 except above













Lotus


Elan (1989-1991); Esprit (4 cyl – 1987-1999); Elise (Rover engine – 1996-2004); 340R; Exige (Rover engine – 2001, 2002 & 2004); Europa (2006 onwards)





x





x

Lotus


Esprit (V8 – 1998-2004); Exige (Toyota engine – 2004 onwards); Elise (Toyota engine – 2004 onwards)













Mazda


Mazda2 - May 2005 build onwards, Mazda3, Mazda6, RX-8, MX-5 – July 2005 build onwards, Tribute - April 2006 onwards, CX-7, CX-9













Mazda


All models except above





x





x

Mercedes-Benz


All models post 1986













MG


All models











x

MINI


All models













Mitsubishi


All fuel injected models post 1986













Nissan


All models post 2004













Peugeot


306 (XU engine only)





x





x

Peugeot


All models post July 1997 except above













Porsche


All models pre MY2007











x

Porsche


All models from MY2007













Proton


All models













Rover


All models











x

Renault


All models post 2001











x

Rolls Royce


All models between 1990 and 2002













Saab


All models post 1986













Ssangyong


Rexton, Stavic & Chairman models with 3.2 litre petrol engine













Subaru


All Subaru (before 1990)

Subaru Liberty B4 (2002 to 2003)

Subaru Liberty GT (2004 - 2006)

Impreza WRX STI (1999 to 2005)





x





x

Subaru


All models post MY1990 except above provided the model-specific minimum octane rating is maintained













Suzuki


Alto, Mighty Boy, Wagon R+, Swift/Cino, Sierra, Stockman, Vitara, X-90, Jimny (SOHC), Super Carry, Suzuki Baleno and Baleno GTX





x





x

Suzuki


All models except above (providing RON requirements are met)













Toyota


Camry with carburettor engines pre July 1989 and Corolla pre July 1994; Supra - pre May 1993, Cressida - pre Feb 1993, Paseo - pre Aug 1995, Starlet - pre July 1999, Land Cruiser - pre Aug 1992, Coaster - pre Jan 1993, Dyna - pre May 1995, Tarago - pre Oct 1996, Hilux , Hiace, & 4 Runner - pre Aug 1997, Townace - pre Dec 1998





x





x

Toyota


All models except above













Volkswagen


All fuel injected models post 1986













Volvo


All models post 1986











topgear(2285 / +1)
2013-01-21 18:13:09
Kazkaip ten nera vaz ir lada
User
2013-01-21 18:06:33
http://www.fcai.com.au/environment/can-my-vehicle-operate-on-ethanol​-blend-petrol-#FCAI​ štai :)
topgear(2285 / +1)
2013-01-21 18:03:52
Pas mane mitsubishi vaziavo etanoliu, bet truputi traukos truko tai skiedziau benzu.
User
2013-01-21 17:56:25
Hi,
gal zinote kokia nuoroda, kur pasiziureti modeliu, automobiliu ir varikliu sarasa, i kuriems bioetanolis tinka ir kuriems netinka.Nepamenu, bet senokai kazkur buvo isvardinti visi modeliai, ar tik ne autobilde.Mat isvykstu ten, kur E85 kiekvienoj degalinej yra ir jis santykinai gerokai pigesnis uz kitus kurus nei LT.
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