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Grand voyagers ? compatable with bio diesel
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Hi

Looking into getting 2.8crd grand voyager any body any experience on running on b100 ??

Mark
 
Registered: December 31, 2008Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Where did you find a voyager with a diesel engine?


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Location: Upstate South Carolina , USA | Registered: December 28, 2003Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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I am new to the site.
Saw the question about voyager diesel. This diesel model has been made in europe since 1993 with an italian 2.5 ltr diesel engine called "vm", venuti motore, which is now in the detroit diesel engine group.
The engine, originaly a boat engine, is very relyable. I drive a 98 gr voy TDI for 262000 kms without any opening and injector touch.!!!! I do drive it on 80-100 bio in summer and 20-30 in winter.So if you make good biodiesel, no problem.
About the 2.8 diesel, probably a common rail, i don't know exactly, because my camper, a fiat 2.8 comm.rail. from iveco, drives on it too, but not pure. All importers tell you not to because of the corrosion problems in bio.Injectors for comm.rails are d.... expensive.
If someone knows more about this please reply.
Rien.
 
Location: belgium | Registered: April 20, 2011Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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I am also new to this but now-a-days the rate of diesel is very high and the normal time of the bio- injectors for a common rail system is 3-5 seconds.
 
Location: 10300 Highway 196, Collierville, TN | Registered: September 25, 2012Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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