From: Glen Bedel (GBedel@designforum.com)
Date: Thu Feb 27 2003 - 11:27:30 PST
Try getting some "anti gel" from a local truck stop.
From: James Shanks [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Thursday, February 27, 2003 2:18 PM
Subject: Re: [MV] Diesel Fuel Freezing in Blazer
It won't really help at all, just buy your fuel at a high volume
station that sells a lot of fuel. I recommend the Sunoco, Shell stations at
exit four. If you buy fuel at some of the Mobile stations in the area that
sell Diesel fuel you might wind up with Summer fuel because they don't have
the volume as compared to truck fuel stops. The Shell at exit four has the
lowest price for Diesel in the area.
Other item I would check is make sure your fuel filter heater is working.
1998 IMZ 8.103 Russian OD paint job right from the Factory. (Built in the
original plant in Irbit, Siberia, Russia. Comes complete with sidecar. Sold
in US as The
1984 HD FLHT-C
At 11:58 AM 2/27/03 -0500, Stu Ellis wrote:
>Would covering the fuel lines with the spray foam insulation keep them
>from freezing? Also, anyone ever use magnetic block heater to heat
>diesel? Or is this asking for trouble?
> Southern New Hampshire, USA
> 'Live Free Or Die"
>MVPA #14790 MVMVC
>1967 M151A1 Jeep
>1964 M416 1/4 Ton Trailer
>1986 M1009 CUCV Blazer
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