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|Catalytic Converter Safe:||Yes|
|Container Size:||32 oz|
|Eliminates Frozen Fuel Lines:||Yes|
|Prevents Phase Separation:||No|
|Carburetor Or Fuel Injection:||Both|
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Q:What happens if I put too much 911 in a gelled tank... than is recommended on the label? I put about 2 of the above red containers in about 10 gallons of fuel. Thanks, I have not tried to start it since...
A:Hi Dallas, glad to assist you! Instructions to add this Diesel 911. To de-ice frozen fuel filters: If fuel is liquid in fuel tanks but engine won't start: Remove fuel-filters and fill with 50% Diesel 9•1•1 and 50% diesel fuel. Reinstall fuel-filters. Start engine. Add Power Service Diesel Fuel Supplement+ Cetane Boost as directed to prevent fuel gelling. To reliquefy gelled fuel: Add entire contents (32 ounces) to each 40 gallons of fuel in the tanks. Remove fuel-filters and fill with 50% Diesel 911 and 50% diesel fuel. Reinstall fuel-filters. Start engine. Let engine idle to warm up fuel system. Add Power Service Diesel Fuel Supplement +Cetane Boost as directed to prevent fuel gelling. To remove water and prevent fuel filter icing: Add entire contents (32 ounces) to 100 gallons of diesel fuel. For biodiesel blends, add entire contents (32 ounces) to 50 gallons of diesel fuel. For more information, I would suggest that you contact the Power service directly at 800-643-9089 and they would be in a better position to help you.
Q:What is the ratio of this product to de-gel heating fuel that is in an outdoor tank. I have approximately 100gal that is gelled.
A:Happy to help, Jerome! We would recommend you to add 80 ounces of Diesel 911 to each 100 gallons of fuel in equipment tanks.
Q:Will this help a diesel engine that has lost power and has water in the diesel fuel?
A:Happy to assist you Alan! This product Diesel 911 contains additive’s that removes water from fuel, and de-gels fuel in lines that may cause performance issues.
Q:Can this be used in a heating oil tank? My oil supplier recommends it.
A:I'm glad to assist, Jiminpa! I spoke with Power Service in regards to the use of Diesel 9•1•1 (Part No. 8025-12) in heating oil. It is safe to use with heating oil. It is important to note that Diesel 9•1•1 is used to reliquify gelled fuel, while Power System Diesel Fuel Supplement Plus Cetane Boost (Part No. 1025-12), in the white bottle, is intended to prevent gelling. All Power System supplements and additives are compatible with home heating oil.
Q:How do I use this product to de gel my fuel filters
A:I'm glad to help, Jeff! Here is the link to the step by step instructions about "Directions for Usage" of this Diesel 911 - Part No. 8025-12.