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Old 12-26-2010, 05:19 AM
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Default Diesel Exhaust Fluid Tutorial

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This is a Ford tutorial on use of this stuff in the new trucks. The restrictions placed on operation are in accordance with federal law, not Ford's whim (I just know someone will blame Ford). Something else we need to consider in a new diesel (that and that the stuff freezes if in extended disuse).
My '99 requires only that I add anti-gel in the cold months (just in case it isn't added properly at the pump), and I add a lubricant to replace the lack of sulfer content in ULSD (AMSOIL from our friend Duluth Diesel). The new trucks are designed to handle ULSD without supplement.

YouTube - 2011 Ford Super Duty Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) Tutorial [www.keepvid.com].flv

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