Fuel And



Remove filler cap slowly and fill fuel tank slowly to prevent spillage; do not overfill or fill above the bottom of the filler neck insert. In addition, leave air space to allow for fuel expansion. Expansion can cause an overfilled tank to overflow gasoline through the filler cap onto surrounding areas. After refueling, be sure filler cap is securely tightened. Failure to comply may cause an explosion or fire which could result in death or serious injury.

Use a good quality leaded or unleaded gasoline of 91 pump octane (95 RON) or higher. Pump octane is the octane number usually shown on the gas pump.

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