Support & Maintenance

Maintenance

Greasecar's Maintenance Articles are provided to help you better understand and troubleshoot the components of your vegetable oil system. Everything from setting up your Co-Pilot to cleaning your EGR will be covered in here.

Removal of the fuel cap Step One: Removal of chain Step Two: Loosen cap to open position Step Two: Marking tab for proper re-assembly Step Three: Removal of pivot pin Step Five: Removal...
What is this polymerization?   .Polymerization is a chemical reaction in which smaller molecules will combine in chains to form larger molecules.  For the purposes of this article we...
Ports:COM (Common) – Always Open NC (Normally Closed) – Closed with no power, open with 12v NO (Normally Open) – Open with no power, closed with 12v Wiring: 3 Port...

Resources

Greasecar's Resource articles provide technical background information for running and selecting the components for your Greasecar Kit. These articles will cover Emissions data, Tech FAQ, Product comparisons and Filtration information.

Greasecar offers a number of tank sizes to meet your needs. Below we have the dimensions so you'll have the correct tank to fit your vehicle. All of our tanks are professionally TIG welded...
Where is my diesel feed from the tank? Consult your installation manual or look in a repair manual for your vehicle. How do I attach the PEX line to the rubber fuel line?...
Emissions Comparison   It seems many are making a connection between sustainability and the emissions of particulate matter and other short-lived atmospheric pollutants, but these...

Troubleshooting

Troubleshooting articles are vehicle-specific and provide common solutions to any hiccups you may have with your vehicle. 

  1986-1994 Mercedes troubleshooting guide   When working with the 86-94 MBZ vehicles, it is important to recognize the following:         ...
  1965-1985 Mercedes troubleshooting guide               These cars are very sensitive to air, even the smallest of air leaks...
  94-00 GM 6.5L Troubleshooting   The 6.5 GM uses a pump mounted driver (PMD) which is an electronic device mounted to the injection pump. The PMD tends to get overheated and is prone...