Using biodeiesel on a non-diesel fuel engine

Q. I drive a 1999 Jeep Wrangler. It’s a straight 4 engine that runs off low
octane gasoline. It’d be great to improve its emissions. So I’m really
curious as to whether biodiesel would run in it?

A. Converting a gasoline engine vehicle to a diesel engine can be done but it
may be costly. It can be done to certain Chevy/gmc models, jeep, also land
rovers. We looked into doing this also because we had a hard time finding
our diesel 1988 Suburban. We were told it would cost over $10,000.00. It
just appears easier and more cost effective to buy a used diesel vehicle.

Here are a few links that may interest you:

http://www.canev.com/Jeep.html
http://www.canev.com/Dakota.html
http://www.yesterdaystruck.com/trforum/messages/8134.html
http://biodiesel.infopop.cc/groupee/forums/a/tpc/f/360109167/m/951105253/r/677102353
http://www.isuzuperformance.com/isupage/tech/engswap.html
http://volksweb.relitech.com/convert.htm
http://forums.thedieselstop.com/ubbthreads/
http://www.thedieselpage.com

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