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ENGINE DIVISION SERVICE MANUAL TM 5-4210-230-14&P-1 ENGINE FUEL REQUIREMENTS Your     gasoline     engine     is     designed     to     operate efficiently in normal operations on "Regular" grade fuels of  at  least  91  RON  (Research  Octane  Number)  or  86.5 anti-knock  index  designation.  (The  latter  figure  is  now generally posted on fuel dispensing pumps.) "Low Lead" fuel   containing   at   least   .13   gpl   (0.5   gpg)   lead,   or   the equivalent additive, per gallon may be used. Continuous use of gasoline which is completely free of lead, or other lubricating additives such as phosphorus,   is   not   recommended .     Prolonged   use   of such  fuel  can  cause  excessive  exhaust  valve  seat  wear resulting  in  loss  of  emission  control,  poor  performance and possible engine failure. Because of this, it is recommended that you alternate to  regular  grade  fuel  every  fourth  tank.    The  alternating fuel   method      is   not   necessary   with   use   of   low   lead content  fuel  as  it  can  be  successfully  used  without  any harm to your engine. Use of a fuel which is too low in antiknock quality will result  in  "spark  knock."  Since  anti-knock  quality  of  all "regular"  grade  gasolines  is  not  the  same  and  factors such    as    altitude,    terrain    and    air    temperature    affect operating  efficiency,  knocking  may  result  even  though you  are  using  the  grade  of  fuel  recommended  for  your engine. Continued   engine   operation   under   "Spark   Knock" conditions  can  cause  severe  engine  damage.    At  these times  a  higher  antiknock  quality  gasoline  is  required  to prevent engine damage.   If knocking persists with higher grade fuel, it is recommended an IH or suitably qualified service   outlet   be   contacted   as   engine   repairs   may   be needed. Fig. 96  Engine Fuel Requirements. CGES-215  Page 56 PRINTED IN UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

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