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Matt_Colie wrote:

It says "NOT FOR USE IN ON-ROAD VEHICLES" because it is not a certified fuel. Other than that, the remaining issue is if you have contamination, it may clog the fuel filters. Just be ready.

Matt - a ship's engineer that worked in Detroit


Thanks, Matt. Already have replacement filters. Am I correct that there are two? Does the generator have a dedicated fuel filter? 2011 Winnebago Journey 40l.

Also beginning to wonder about my DEF. That's two years old, too, although I think my tank is pretty much full.

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