what fuel octane do you run in your 4.0 i6 and why?

Ryan Marshall
95

Asked by Ryan Sep 15, 2009 at 04:46 PM about the Jeep Grand Cherokee

Question type: General

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Andrew Hartman
95

87. It's the cheapest and the 4.0 is a 35 year old design that does not require anything higher for performance. Anything more than 87 is just wasting money.

Ryan Marshall
95

thx for your response. i was making sure because ive heard mixed responses.

Nathan Casteel
25

Don't use 90 octane. Just use Unleaded 87 octane. Using a higher octane fuel is only more expensive, and instead of conserving fuel, it will only burn/use it faster. The inline 6 was only meant to have 87, and it could possibly overwork your engine if you try and go higher. Besides, 87 is the cheapest... why spend more?

cliff212
40

I was told by a mechanic to use only reg (85 OR 87 OCT) and not to use the 10% ethenol as this causes the senors to assume that the engine is running lean and will increase the fuel consumption until the 02 sensor is satisfied. I have a 99 with 83K and has not had anything but regular in it. Still runs exceptionally well.

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chrisnemo
0

i live in sweden and the low octane here is 95,i run my grand cherokee laredo 4,0 on this,no problems,87 or 89 octane can be had in former east europe or russia,but not in the west,95 gives you a lot of pulling and towingpower

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