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I drive an old 1992 Toyota Camry that I purchased many moons ago that had 140,000 miles on it. It now has 315,000 miles on it. (yeah, yeah I'm a cheapskate. A car is merely transportation to me. I consider buying a vehicle like an appliance)
I buy my gas at bargain outlets. My burg is located 50 miles north of El Paso where they have a Western Refining Inc.* refinery.
One day 10 or 15 years ago when I was filling up a Western refinery tank truck was filling the store tanks at the station. I sauntered over to talk with the driver. I asked the driver whether he serviced name brand gasoline stations eg Chevron, Shell. He said yes. From the same tank load? I inquired. Yep he said.
I've never had any injector problem with my vehicle. YMMV

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