I know in the translation of Japanese dvd players that it should be a fried egg placed on the disk tray and not an omelette as stated in the manual - so how do I stand with a frogs legs deal.. Yes I own a peugeot. A 207 sw s with a 1.6 litre petrol engine.
I now have a similar problem with their translation - the fuel filler cap says RON95/97.Whereas my local garage 'SHELL' sells unleaded and 'v' power unleaded.
The inference is that normal unleaded may only be 93 RON where the 'V' power is said to be RON99 equivalent. Yet other info i gleened suggests that base unleaded is 95 RON and super unleaded is 97 RON. All this hype is not frustrating but slightly annoying.
I mean if a manufacturer states a variant and is basiclly saying :-
"I would try the lower priced first and if it doesn't pink then just carry on - you'll be allright - TRUST ME(American/Francaise) - but if the engine slightly knocks eat the left leg! and leave the other one to run on"
If they dont know why do we bother buying from them?
Does the 95/97 'sticker' mean I can use either - does anyone know OR are they suggesting that RON 95/97 is 'super' unleaded band.
Any erudite mechanic please advise this poor unfortunate that has strayed from 'good old british produce'