In my opinion? No. I dont see the point in it. For one, the chemicals that go into biodiesel cant be all that good for the enviroment...Secondly its really not any cheaper than diesel...Thirdly the two people I know that have run it in their engines, (b100 I beleive) noticed a slight decrease in power, and in fuel economy. Here is a helpful link that lists pros and cons of it though
Auto Review: Pros and Cons of Biodiesel
Where are the quick disconnect fuel lines? I know where the quick disconnect HPOP lines are, I've had to deal with them, and when I changed a leaking fuel line on the top of my motor, it was not quick disc. I'm just curious, I didn't know we had any for the fuel lines on these trucks.Methyl Ester (biodiesel) will swell low grade rubber over time, so there is concern with certain O rings and hoses over time so I would have it in the back of your mind, but its still something that I am not overly concerned with. The O rings that would possibly have issues would be the ones in the quick connects on the fuel lines. The Injector O rings from what I know are silicone so they are not as affected.
Warranty, would be something in question, and is also subjective with the dealer. If its under warranty I would use caution for the fact that they may give you hassle about it.
There are 2 on the top of the tank that feed the pump and one for the return. they are on the top of the tank and if you have very small hands and double jointed fingers and wrists, you may be able to get to them with out dropping the tank, but i really doubt it.Where are the quick disconnect fuel lines? I know where the quick disconnect HPOP lines are, I've had to deal with them, and when I changed a leaking fuel line on the top of my motor, it was not quick disc. I'm just curious, I didn't know we had any for the fuel lines on these trucks.
I don't use B100 so I won't have the hassles of the solvent affect. I've been running B50 in an old marine Yanmar diesel without filter problems.To add to that, Bio-d is an excellent solvent and will remove varnishes that may have accumulated in your tank and lines so when you begin using it, be prepared to change filters soon after...maybe within the first 500 - 1000 miles. And you may have to change again fairly soon after that depending on how dirty your tank was.