Biodiesel blends of up to twenty percent do not require any modifications to a diesel engine. There is a chance that your fuel filters may become clogged at first, as biodiesel cleans the walls and pipes of the fuel tank that may have been soiled by the use of diesel.
Some sources say that a normal diesel engine will even be able to run on pure biodiesel, and nearly all say that “conversion kits” simply heat the fuel to prevent it from thickening and there are better (and cheaper) alternatives. Aside from the possibility of clogging your filter (in which case it can be simply replaced), older engines will need to have all rubber parts replaced before use, as biodiesel can dissolve rubber and cause leaks. No further adjustments should be necessary.
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