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How do you run biodiesel in an escort?

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2012-01-26 06:24:12
2012-01-26 06:24:12

If your escort has a diesel motor, it can be done. But it requires replacement of the fuel lines, fuel pump, and injectors.

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I have a ford transit 2009, can you run it on biodeisel? or what alterations are needed to run the van on biodiesel?

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Assuming its a diesel...then you dont have to do anything. As long as you make good quality filtered biodiesel. I've been making it for a while. Bought a 150L kit from Scintex Biofuels. www.scintex.com.au Havent had any troubles running biodiesel on my GQ Patrol but i always filter down to 1uM just to make sure my fuel filters dont get clogged. Out.

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