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looking to find out if there is any sensor on the 3.0 that recognizes "red diesel?" check engine light on
Welcome to the forum. If you are using Died Diesel, you must have other trucks and equipment around. Have you seen this issue on any other truck?looking to find out if there is any sensor on the 3.0 that recognizes "red diesel?" check engine light on
I believe you are incorrect. Read the following. Of course this may only apply to the U.S. as its per EPA requirements.Off road diesel may be a problem in the Ecodiesel, because it contains more sulfur than diesel #2 . The Ecodiesel requires low sulfur diesel to prevent emission system problems.
Good catch, you are correct. I am just a few years behind the times.... but I could say that I was correct.I believe you are incorrect. Read the following. Of course this may only apply to the U.S. as its per EPA requirements.
Nonroad Diesel Fuel
The following sulfur requirements are applicable to Nonroad, Locomotive and Marine (NRLM) fuels, with the exception of heavy fuel oils (HFO) used in Category 2 and Category 3 marine diesel engines.
500 ppm*- Sulfur limit of 500 ppm became effective in June 2007 for nonroad, locomotive and marine fuels.15 ppm*- Sulfur limit of 15 ppm (ULSD) becomes effective in June 2010 for nonroad fuel, and in June 2012 for locomotive and marine fuels. ULSD has been legislated for nonroad engines to enable advanced emission control systems for meeting the Tier 4 nonroad emission standards.For additional information, see the*US Nonroad Emissions page
Yes that is correct. It's just a random check.Do they just do random samples? Just wondering how they would single out a truck running dyed fuel vs clear...