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Diesel engines run on diesel fuel. Gasoline will destroy a diesel engine.

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Gasoline engines cannot run on diesel. Only a diesel engine can run diesel. And a diesel engine cannot run on gasoline.


Diesel fuel is used in diesel engines as a partial lubricant. It also has a high flash point due the fact that diesel engines ignite the fuel by compression rather than spark. A gasoline engine on the other hand fires the fuel by spark and the fuel has a lower flash point. Gasoline has no lubricating qualities whatsoever. Diesel engines are designed to run on diesel fuel and the use of gasoline in a diesel engine will destroy it. Gasoline engines on the other hand will not even run on diesel but no damage will be done to the engine. You will however have to drain the fuel tank and flush out the fuel lines.


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Petrol engines use a spark plug to ignite the gasoline. Diesels on the other hand use compression to ignite the fuel. Diesel engines have a very high compression ratio that causes the fuel to ignite under pressure. Gasoline engine do not run near the compression as a diesel. Put diesel in a gasoline engine and it simply will not run. Reason being is that diesel fuel has a much higher flash point. Gasoline contains 4 to 12 carbon atoms, diesel has 10 to 20 carbon atoms and is much heavier than gasoline.


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You cannot burn diesel fuel in a gasoline engine period. A gasoline engine will not run on diesel. So legality is a mute point. A gasoline engine and diesel engine are totally different in design and the way fuel is burned. The fuels are not interchangeable.


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