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Lucas Oil Diesel Deep Clean Fuel Detergent and Particulate Filter Cleaner

Made with Lucas’ proprietary cleaning formula, Diesel Deep Clean removes up to 32 percent of harmful soot and other particulate matter before building up inside the particulate filters and making a vehicle inoperable.

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Lucas Oil Diesel Deep Clean is a technologically advanced diesel fuel detergent and deposit control additive designed to keep injectors clean, maintaining good flow and free of plugging. Manufactured by Lucas Oil Products Inc., Diesel Deep Clean is effective against carbonaceous deposits as well as internal injector deposits.

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Product #10872 (16 oz) | #10873 (64 oz)

Made with Lucas’ proprietary cleaning formula, Diesel Deep Clean eliminates the risk of forced regens by removing up to 32 percent of harmful soot and other particulate matter before building up inside the particulate filters and making a vehicle inoperable. This diesel fuel detergent will also improve diesel particulate filter (DPF) regeneration efficiencies and over-treating will not cause any harm. Additionally, Lucas Diesel Deep Clean will stop exhaust back pressure, allowing diesel engines to run smoother and cooler.

When regularly added to fuel, Diesel Deep Clean achieves the following key benefits:
Rapid cleaning of fuel system
Effective on nozzle deposits and internal diesel injector deposits (IDID)
Restores power lost due to fouled injectors
Helps restore engine performance
Cleans fuel injectors
Lucas Diesel Deep Clean is now available at AutoZone, O’Reilly Auto Parts, NAPA Auto Parts, CarQuest, Advance Auto Parts and more.

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For more information: www.LucasOil.com

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