Nah, I'm fine but thanks for asking. And thanks also for the well wishes on a positive turn in my life. It's always quaint when people say that when they really intend it as an insult. Now, my definition of "posiitve turn" may be different than yours. In fact I am sure it is, since my positive life turn involves a powerball win, a penthouse hotel room in Vegas, and Jennifer Aniston. Who knows, maybe it will happen!You seem a little frustrated and bitter. But have a nice day anyway and hope life takes a positive turn for you.
And oh, here the regular gas is 87 octane and not 89. And back in 2018, the owners manual specified 91 octane only for the 2.0L. They changed the specs next year to 87 octane acceptable but 91 recommended.
I just like to have some fun with the more bizarre and frankly dumb questions that come along. Yours is very high on that list, but I am sure you figured that out already. Anyway, it sounds like maybe you resolved your conundrum about the gas. I guess you needed to float that one by a bunch of internet strangers to understand how to add new gas to your jeep.
Come back and see us soon for answers to other questions you will surely have, such as "My tires are low on air, how do I fill them up with new and different air?", or "I don't like the radio station playing in my Jeep, how do I change it to a different channel?"