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By Rod (Guest Post)
August 6, 20060 found this helpful

Detonation occurs when the compressed fuel explodes inside of the engine without the spark from the plugs. This being said, this is the only time that higher octane fuels should be used in a car, as they tend to be more difficult to knock. Unless your owner's manual specifies to use higher octane fuels, regular should be fine for most cars. Manufacturers, believe it or not, know which fuel to put into the engine THEY designed. So use that as a rule of thumb. : )

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