More than 400,000 gallons of fuel to be recalled from Oklahoma City metro
Published 3:10 PM CDT Aug 30, 2016
OKLAHOMA CITY —Magellan Midstream Partners is recalling more than 400,000 gallons of fuel from retailers in the Oklahoma City metro, officials said.
The gas is being recalled because it contains unacceptably high levels of ethanol that was distributed from the Midstream facility in Oklahoma City. The fuel could contain as much as 30 percent ethanol, Oklahoma Corporation Commission officials said.
BG RESPONSE TO FUEL RECALL
1. Perform a BG Total Fuel System Service on the vehicle's injection and induction system.
2. Install BG #2913 BG Ethanol Defender Kit. Provides protection for the next 7,500 miles. Ethanol and gasoline product corrosive acids.
For more information, contact your BG representative.