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Old 07-02-2006, 08:14 AM
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Anyone know where to find biodiesel in Southeastern Wisconsin, more specifically in the Waukesha, Milwaukee area? Also, what cleaning and or maintenance would need to be done to run it in a '96 Powerstroke?
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check out http://biodiesel.org/buyingbiodiesel...lfuelingsites/ it's got a map of the USA with all the bio stations marked. I use it alot when traveling so i know where to fuel up. Regarding matinance: I don't know much about the 96's but I would recomend to just change your fuel filter after first couple tanks becase this stuff really cleans out your SYSTEM!!!

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I agree with the fuel filter change. One other thing is to have one with you - just in case. It all depends on how clean the fuel has been that you got prior to this over the last 7 years.
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