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Q: I have a 2014 Chevrolet impala my gas cap has a yellow gas cap and says E85... Will it be ok to put that in my gas tank with unlea

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My gas cap is yellow and says E- 85 and I would like to know is it ok to add that in my gas tank with unleaded has that's already in there??

A: Hello, yes, it is ok to put unleaded gas as...

Hello, yes, it is ok to put unleaded gas as well as E-85 fuel in your vehicle. The vehicle has the ability by way of the computer to calculate the type of fuel and control fuel ratio to get the best operation.

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