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Thursday was the first time putting low sulfer diesel in my truck. Has anyone noticed louder rattle, loss of power, sputter. I noticed a little bit last night and again today. I want my old diesel fuel back.

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you talkin bout ultra low sulfer fuel?

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yeah the stuff you cant run in the new 2007 diesels.

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i didnt think they had rolled out the ulsd yet. could be wrong though

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I could be wrong, but it was the pump had a new sticker on it said low sulfer diesel not to be used in 2007 diesel trucks. I could be wrong, i will take a picture of it the next time i get fuel.

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thats the same fuel we have used for a few year's now and cant be ran in the '07 model's. it's just plain low sulfer. the new stuff is ultra low sulfer and isn't at the pump's yet.

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that sticker is a warning not to use it in 07 and newer modles.....it is the same exact fuel you have been using, with a sticker warning not to use it in the newer motors....the exception to this for us is the 07 6.0's....u can still use standard low sulpher desiel in them.
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Thursday was the first time putting low sulfer diesel in my truck. Has anyone noticed louder rattle, loss of power, sputter. I noticed a little bit last night and again today. I want my old diesel fuel back.
try draining the filter, may have some water in it

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