Buyers of diesel-equipped ʼ11 model Ford F-Series Super Duty pickups will be able to fuel up with B20 biodiesel without fear of voiding the manufacturer’s warranty. Ford Motor Co. announced this week it is clearing B20 for use in the pickups, which go on sale in first-half 2010 and will be powered by the auto maker’s new 6.7L Power Stroke V-8 diesel. “This is the first of what we expect to be many formal announcements of B20 approval in new clean-diesel technology,” says Steve Howell, ...

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