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post #11 of 14 (permalink) Old 09-07-2007, 09:46 PM
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No, that should read "Using LSD on 2007 and Later emissions engines WILL cause damage and emissions control failure."

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Just as a side note : Reading my owners manual for my 07 5.9L fuel requirements, it's stated that Daimler-Chrysler recommends the use of ULSD (15 PPM Sulfur) whenever it is available. Also goes on to state that vehicle is capable of operation on Low Sulfur Hwy Diesel (500 PPM sulfur) without the risk of damage to the emissions system.

Also states vehicle is fully compatible with biodiesel blends up to 5% biodiesel meeting ASTM spec D-6751.

Guess it does pay to read Owners Manual from cover to cover.......
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My 1959 Mack B61T has been burning the ULSD with out any issues and it was designed for LHSD fuel aka Leaded High Sulfur Diesel.


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Originally Posted by fordt View Post
:Thumbup: Good info in here, so we make it Sticky :Thumbup: Thanks to Jody Tipton from DP Tuner for finding this article :thanks:
Yeah, really helpful, thx
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