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Old 07-09-2013, 11:07 AM   #15
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My DEF tank is also located on the right side and the DEF pump is located on the left side at Pilot and Flying J's. I carry a orange road cone in my unit which aids me in entering the pump area from the opposite direction. I put the road cone behind a truck that is presently filling in the lane that does not have a line of trucks behind it waiting to fuel. This keeps other trucks from lining up in the lane that I want to use. When the truck leaves, I pull in the lane, fill the DEF tank, retrieve my cone and leave. Have never had a problem.
God, those truckers must love you, I realize ,we don't have to fill it as often as diesel,but still alot of work...I rather carry a 2 1/2 gal container and fill it when I fuel and then put in RV as I want..Chuck
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I guess I'm lucky. My DEF tank is on the driver's side and diesel fills on both sides. Never a issue.
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Chuck,

I tried the 2 1/2 gal bottle the first time. My tank is in a very tight place with a door that swings up. I got more on me than in the tank. Quickly went for the bulk with the nozzle. Cheaper and very easy to load. Only need to fill it up about every 3000 miles or so.
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Chuck,

I tried the 2 1/2 gal bottle the first time. My tank is in a very tight place with a door that swings up. I got more on me than in the tank. Quickly went for the bulk with the nozzle. Cheaper and very easy to load. Only need to fill it up about every 3000 miles or so.
I did read on another forum, that the DEF is quite sensitive to moisture...they had a link to another site that explained it and showed the filter in the bottom of the tank to be changed for this...it will put your engine into limp mode...I have been looking for it to send, i know I have it someplace but where....
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