You could use vegetable oil to run your car IF it is a diesel. It is not necessarily greener than diesel fuel due to the energy used to produce and transport the vegetable oil.
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As fast as any diesel will run.
Vegetable oil will solidify at low temps, lower than diesel. There are anti-gel products for diesel in really cold weather. Not sure if they would work for veg. oil.
Your car breaks down Vegetable oils as such contain glycerins which need to be separated from the oil to use it as fuel, (bio-diesel).
yes,it does and that blend will be a great fuel for your diesel car-shyam kishore
Yes. Vegetable oils are used to make bio diesel, which can be used like conventional diesel. Vegetable oils are also used to make biodiesel, which can be used like conventional diesel. Some vegetable oil blends are used in unmodified vehicles but straight vegetable oil, also known as pure plant oil, needs specially prepared vehicles which have a method of heating the oil to reduce its viscosity. The vegetable oil economy is growing and the availability of biodiesel around the world is increasing. The NNFCC estimate that the total net greenhouse gas savings when using vegetable oils in place of fossil fuel-based alternatives for fuel production, range from 18 to 100%. source: Wikipedia
no diesel engines run on diesel or bio diesel or refined vegetable oil..
Some diesel cars run on vegetable oil. How? 1.They have a special engine that other cars do not have. 2. Other car engines have something in their engines that if you put vegetable oil in it , then it does not reconizes the oil , and then they spit (leak or spill) it all out before you get you drive it. (When you put it in , it leaks out the other side right away.) I learned this at my science fair when I was 9.*
Diesel engines can be operated with 'biofuel' with the proper adjustments.
Vegetable Oil Fuel Conversion
It is incidentally, perfectly legal to runyourcar on vegetable oil, ...
Yes, both vegetable oil and gas contain the same base compound needed to run a car. Although it is cheap to run your car of vegetable oil it produces a smeel that is not particularly pleasent.
Some cars use vegetable oil to run a car. Cars with uncovered sides will break the fuel, spraying people that sit close to the fuel engine. Any car that is a mobile car will use vegetable oil.
No. It has a lower flash point than gasoline and diesel.
Very easily done. Google "Vegi-oil conversion kits"
As far as i know not one that runs on gasoline, but a diesel engine one can, please don't try it unless you do alot of research on it first.
Vegetable oil, actually.
No - they are not designed to run on gasoline. You need diesel fuel or some can be run on vegetable oil or cooking oil but not gas it will wreck your engine. It detinates too hot.
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Yes, never put oil formulated for a diesel in a gasoline engine.
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No way. It has an internal combustion gasoline engine and runs on gasoline. Some Flex Fuel vehicles can run on a mix of 85% Ethanol and 15% gasoline. But no gasoline vehicle can run on 100% vegetable oil. A diesel on the other hand can run on vegetable oil. Vegetable oil can be used as diesel fuel just as it is, without being converted to biodiesel. The downside is that straight vegetable oil (SVO) is much more viscous (thicker) than conventional diesel fuel or biodiesel, and it doesn't burn the same in the engine -- many studies have found that it can damage engines.