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Old 08-31-2009, 11:27 AM
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UREA/SCR Injection

Looking at the pictures of the new 6.7 and reading in diesel mags about several of the new diesels going to the UREA/SCR systems, I was thinking. Will all gas stations that sell diesel be REQUIRED to sell UREA? How long will it take to mandate this? How much will that crap cost? (I see a new way to screw diesel owners...) EDIT: Dave's post made me think, will you possibly have to go to the dealer for a refill? I hope not I can see that being pretty pricey Stick em up

Alos, what happens if you are in a remote location and can;t find UREA, will the trucks also have a DPF and revert to that system? Just some food for thought...



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Old 08-31-2009, 11:29 AM
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The way they are supposed to be designed a tank of urea will last 5000 miles
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Old 08-31-2009, 11:30 AM
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Other option is take a leak in the urea tank
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Other option is take a leak in the urea tank





so 5kmi. at 5001 how much does it cost to replace\fill up?
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The way they are supposed to be designed a tank of urea will last 5000 miles
I have heard they are supposed to last quite a while BUT they will run out eventually...


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Other option is take a leak in the urea tank
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they say they'll sell this stuff all over....

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Old 08-31-2009, 05:24 PM
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Diesel Exhaust Fluid. That sounds about as stupid as blinker fluid or a muffler bearing.

Unfortunately its real!
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Diesel Exhaust Fluid....

Could they not have came up with a cooler name, at least a less sounding name.
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No Dpf's. DPF's are stupid! And from what I'm seeing, at least with BMW and VW that stuff is covered under warranty. Don't know the cost but I'm thinking cheaper than 8mpg from a DPF truck/car, and a new DPF when it gets overworked.
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The 6.7 has a DPF.
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