Many people would like to support corn farmers and the ethanol industry, but they’re not in a position to purchase a different automobile that is an approved flex-fuel vehicle. Well now there are more choices available. You can join the likes of NASCAR drivers that are running on higher blends of ethanol by installing a conversion kit on your car or truck.
The EPA has approved conversion kits for legacy vehicles to become flex-fuel. The new EPA approved kits are for the 4.6L & 5.4L Ford Engines, along with the 5.7L & 6.1L Dodge Hemi engines. These four engines would include several models and model years. Here is a list of all of the vehicles that could use these EPA certified conversion kits:
1. Lincoln Continental (2002-1997)
2. Lincoln Town Car (2007-1997)
3. Ford Crown Victoria (2007-1996)
4. Ford Econoline E-150 1/2 Ton (2007-1997)
5. Ford Econoline E-250 3/4 Ton
6. Ford Expedition (2004-1996)
7. Ford Explorer (2004-2007)
8. Ford F-150 3/4 Ton Pickup (2007-1997)
9. Mercury Grand Marquis (2007-1997)
10. Mercury Mountaineer (2007-2004)
11. Mustang V-8 w SOHC (2004-1997)
12. Dodge and Chrysler passenger car and light truck models equipped with 5.7L Hemi motors, including Charger, Magnum, Chrysler 300, Dodge Ram and Durango.
These kits can be ordered at: http://www.jonnyenergy.com/
Ethanol is a clean burning, renewable fuel grown right here at home. The U.S. ethanol industry currently produces enough fuel to replace the equivalent of all the oil we import from Saudi Arabia.
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