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Introduction to the Single Tank Vegetable Oil Fuel Conversion on Old Mercedes Diesels

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For more info and related products click the following link: https://mercedessource.com/problems/svo-biodiesel/converting-an-older-mercedes-diesel-run-vegetable-oil-svo-using-the - Mercedes diesel engines produced from the 1950s up to the late 1990's are well suited to run on straight vegetable oil (SVO). In fact most models built up into the early 1990's are so well suited that they are one of the few passenger car diesel engines that can be reliably operated on a single fuel tank conversion. That means the vegetable oil goes in the factory tank with no need for a back-up diesel fuel tank. High quality waste vegetable oil (WVO) can be collected (mostly free!) from restaurants, settled, stored, filtered and poured right into the fuel tank. Kent will explain how he operates his own 300TD wagon on this system and the steps he has to take when the weather gets cold. This applies to all Mercedes 190D, 200D, 220D, 240D, 300D, 300CD, 300TD, 300SD, 300SDL, 350SD, 350SDL, and 300D 2.5. by Kent Bergsma

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