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RE: How do you avoid Bio Diesel (over B5) while on the road?

After spending $4k on injectors, a new turbo and FICM module this winter, I'd like to learn how to avoid the stations on the highway that sell that B20 ****. My 6L Powerstroke doesn't like that ****. Even the B5 isn't that great but seems everywhere I've stopped to fuel up has that at a minimum. First, You got ripped off. Second, a FICM module has nothing at all to do with the type of fuel you use. Third, the turbo doesn't have anything to do with it either. Finally, We burn the bio-diesel in dozens of different engines on the farm that were manufactured over several different decades. No problem. However !! It doesn't hurt to carry a jug of additive that kills fungus and put the right amount of ounces in your tank now and then. When on the road you don't know what sort of care the different filling stations are doing to there holding tanks. A few ounces of additive can save you trouble from poorly managed filling stations. Yes I know the FICM wasn't related to the other issues and the turbo only slightly so. Out here in the west, the $$$ I spent was reasonable. Especially compared to dealer prices. I guess some of you don't notice the labels on the pumps but unfortunately my engine wasn't designed for B20 and I see a lot of labels on pumps saying B20. Take a look at the 6.7 badge, it says B20 on it. That's the difference in having a 13 year old truck. And I do carry additive.
denverhank 03/06/16 07:53pm General RVing Issues
How do you avoid Bio Diesel (over B5) while on the road?

After spending $4k on injectors, a new turbo and FICM module this winter, I'd like to learn how to avoid the stations on the highway that sell that B20 ****. My 6L Powerstroke doesn't like that ****. Even the B5 isn't that great but seems everywhere I've stopped to fuel up has that at a minimum.
denverhank 03/06/16 03:28pm General RVing Issues
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