It does make sense in that, I am not shocked that it occurred. But with marine applications, many people do pay a premium to purchase ethanol free gas. This would prevent this from being an issue.
In MO, we can get gas without ethanol. If I mix it 50/50 with ethanol gas (making about 5%) is there any benefit like making the gas ok or so Sta-bil will last longer? The issue is with classic cars that aren't driven much. And is ANY ethanol a problem? Should I drain the tanks completely before putting in ethanol free gas?
My 2009 BMW X5 won't start. I replaced the start 2 months ago. I went to the store, shut the car off, and when I tried to start it again, it tried but only cranks. I believe I noticed a new brake light on the dash. It should be yellow, but now stays on and is red. Could it be a sensor in the brake pedal? Why won't it start?
I have a 1996 Georgie Boy Custom. The brake lights don't work. I have replaced the brake switch, checked the fuse. The flashers and turn signals work, but not the stop which should tell me the wiring is good. But the stop lights don't work. What could be the problem with my Georgie Boy Custom's brake light?
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