Join Date: Jul 2006
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Take a sample of it in a jar, heat it on the stove to about 150, let it cool and settle and see what it looks like. If a bunch of crap settles out you will see it. If it turns nice and golder when hot, its just oil with PH shortnings in it or alot of animal fat - in either case, its usable.
If you heat it and settle out alot of water, its still usable, just wet.
I use a bucket heater, pour my cloudy, animal fat laiden oil in a 5 gallon bucket, heat it with the bucket heater for 10 minutes and it clears right up so i can pour it through a strainer into my filter unit.
2003 6.0 F350 dually on high cholesterol fuel (WVO)
2000 7.3 Excursion also on a high cholesterol fuel