Yes, you can run hydrogen on it. Hydrogen can be used on ANY gas or diesel motor. There are only a few setbacks to it, but if you can overcome those you will be very pleased with it AND be able to run your engine on straight HHO. The setbacks are: Industrial type ceramic coating for your pistons, stainless steel for your push rods, stainless steel exhaust. Without these updates you will rust out your engine and exhaust! Additionally, if your US-made vehicle is older newer than 1978 (post-emissions controls) then you will have to adapt your engine controls so that additional gas or diesel is not added to the intake by the vehicle's computer! (There is also a risk of having to face an EPA judge for tampering with emissions controls...possibly federal charges) The good part about the legality of it is that if you do have to go to court over it, you can easily prove that your only waste by-product is purified water. Otherwise there are zero pollutants, your engine will run quieter, you will have no need for the new gas industry "hydrogen fuelling stations!" and you will extend your engine's lifespan. To circumvent certain emissions controls, run a google search for "EFIE". There is a newer version out that is much easier to install and operate, but I have not looked into it as yet. (My vehicle currently runs on hydrogen even though it was not designed to by the manufacturer and is over a decade old.) :P I cannot stress this enough: When converting your vehicle to run HHO DO YOUR RESEARCH! Not only are advances being made continuously, but an incorrect installation could result in being injured by broken glass. Most fears surrounding HHO are that you would be driving a nuclear weapon or that it is dangerous. Although Hydrogen has over ten times the ignition rate of gasoline, with many DIY plans online there is no hydrogen storage...what is made gets used immediately...hydrogen on demand. Even if your car were to get in a nasty wreck and a fire was involved, the amount of hydrogen that would be available to "detonate" would be contained in the 1/4" plastic tube leaving the system going into the engine intake. Basically, just enough hydrogen to unseat the hose from the hydrogen generator and make a faint "poof" sound. Hydrogen is safe and easy! Get out there and save yourself some money by converting your vehicle today! You will be glad you did!