Compression Ignition Addict
Join Date: Jun 2009
Location: Lewiston, ID
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The problem that Ford corporate doesn't want to admit is that ULSD is notorious for absorbing water, ruining the fuel system.
They just try to get out of paying for as many as they can, as it seems to becoming more common now.
The best thing you can do is buy from a station that consistently fills their tanks and not let it run low. When it runs low in a station's tanks and sits, that's when it begins to absorb water. And I highly recommend a fuel additive because ULSD sucks for lubrication of fuel system components (the CP4 injection pump lubes itself with the fuel) such as DieselKleen or TC-W3 2 stroke oil. DieselKleen or any other additive such as the Motorcraft or Stanadyne is safer to run when you have a warranty as the 2 stroke oil might stain the tank a bit.
Back to the blue oval: 08 F350 FX4 CCLB - DPF/EGR delete - Spartan tuner - S&B CAI - 4 in DP to 5 in SP
First truck: Early 99 F350 SC LB ZF6 4WD - SOLD
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Last edited by Zytek_Fan; 06-11-2010 at 11:47 PM.