:agreed:LargeCar said:I would not use trans fluid, two stroke oil, mystery oil, chocolate, peanut butter or anything that is not made specfically for the fuel system by a reputable company. You start getting into viscosity problems and coking on the tips of the injectors. The older injectors that had huge holes in the tips and were mechanically operated could tolerate some of the oils and fluids that somebody heard that Billy Jo Bob used and it worked good, but todays injectors are a much different story. I would suggest you "just say no" to anything but a true diesel fuel additive, and read the label on those.
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Some are concerned about the lubricitors being stripped away in the process of making ULSD, so some feel it is a good idea to use a good conditioner to replaced some of the stripped lubrictors. I use an additive for that purpose and the anti gel propreties in the winter. Some may be looking to the additive as a cetain (sp) adder.f250diesel said:Are we all sure we need to add anything?