Yes. It will work in ANY diesel engine. There is a town in Colorado that has all of it's service vehicles running on bio diesel.
YES, I have 100% Biodiesel running in 3 Volkswagen TDI's, 3 GMC 6.5 Turbo diesels, 1994 Isuzu NPR Flatbed, 1988 International DT-466, and a Ford 1220 farm tractor. There is no conversion required for any of these different vintage engines.
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If the van has a diesel engine, then you MUST use diesel fuel. Unleaded gasoline will destroy a diesel engine. Diesel fuel is also used as a lubricant in a diesel engine. The use of any other fuel except diesel will result in serious damage. If you have put unleaded in your diesel, do not start or drive this vehicle until you drain the tank and change all the fuel filters.If the van has a diesel engine, then you MUST use diesel fuel. Unleaded gasoline will destroy a diesel engine. Diesel fuel is also used as a lubricant in a diesel engine. The use of any other fuel except diesel will result in serious damage. If you have put unleaded in your diesel, do not start or drive this vehicle until you drain the tank and change all the fuel filters.
Yes you can mix everything but don't put it in your engine because it will destroy it.
A vehical that runs on petrol and diesel is impossible as they are both ignited in different ways. For exaple petrol is ignited by the spark plugs and a diesel is ignited by the shear force of the compression from the pistons. A petrol engine has a round 9:1 compression ratio and a diesel has about 20:1 but these veary from engine to engine I hope that hasn't lost you
any diesel oil will be fine
You can fit any engine in any vehicle . If you have the time and effort, it is called customizing. The 7.3 engine will need mounts built or removed from 88-94 ford truck. Exhaust may rub on firewall or steering shaft and have to be relocated. At least the 7.3 came from a Ford truck and going into one too. Will need a diesel rad, all the accessories from the diesel engine. Probably the biggest challenge will be making power brakes work. Will either convert to a hydroboost or install a vacuum pump.
The same as any other diesel
Any motor vehicle needs to have engine maintenance to work properly. When was the last time you vehicle was thoroughly examined by a mechanic familiar with you type of vehicle
1984-1988 pontiac fiero with the 2.5L engine or any pontiac with the 2.5L engine
Not in any modern diesels. Some old diesel tractors from the 1940's where gasoline start and then ran on diesel once the engine was warm. Those did have carburetors.Not in any modern diesels. Some old diesel tractors from the 1940's where gasoline start and then ran on diesel once the engine was warm. Those did have carburetors.
The diesel engine doesn't have any spark plugs, and uses heat generated during compression to ignite the fuel. The diesel however, is an internal combustion engine.
any engine will do that but in the trucking industry they use what is called a Jacob s engine brake they inject compressed air into the cylinders to slow down the truck
Just about any diesel vehicle will run on biodiesel.
There are several alternative fuels for a diesel engine. Some alternatives include Biodiesel and vegetable oil.
While it doesn't do any immediate damage, you should not run the engine. It needs drained out before trying to operate the vehicle.
Any diesel fuel is unleaded. There are summer and winter diesel in some countries. Diesel on cars work till 400000 - 500000km if the owner takes care. On ships it may last 50 years. If you are asking about a diesel engine running on unleaded gasoline (petrol) it will only run for a manner of minutes, if at all.
Any diesel engine should use any 15-40 weighted oil. Reason being is that because it is the heaviest and thickest engine oil and takes longer to break down due to incresed oil pressure experienced by a diesel engine.
the truck will start,but you would need to run a block heater when not in use,and make sure glowplugs work as well it will run same as any other vehicle once started
any one that it will fit into
Drain it ASAP. Diesel is too thick a fuel for any vehicle not requiring it to use.
You can drive a diesel engine, or any other type, blowing any colour smoke you wish. Though it is pretty foolish to smoke
Case skid loaders, some products from Superior Broom, etc... it was never an OE option for any highway vehicle.
A diesel generator generally works in two parts. The first part is the diesel engine whitch works the same as any normal internal combustion piston engine, it has a out put shaft attached to the crank (the same as any car engine) which is conected to the actual generator. The generator is just a large alternator- the shaft of the alternator is driven by the diesel engine(usually no clutch is used). A governor is used between the alternator and the diesel engine so that when load is placed on the alternator (you plug a power tool in to the generator for example) the engine revs pickup to spin the shaft fast enough to produce sufficeint electricity. For further reference look up the separate parts in wikipedia -diesel engine -Alternator -governor valve
Diesel run in any petrol engine will do damage if you can keep the engine running for a long period of time. A petrol engine will not start and run on diesel fuel alone Posted by Danny from Bee Mech Mobile Mechanics