When it comes to diesel performance, your fuel system and the injectors are a critical part of keeping things functioning properly. As such, you don’t want your injectors to get damaged in any way. Fuel additives can be your saving grace! We discuss the positives in this episode of the AMSOIL Garage.
When covering the topic of contaminated fuel, we are effectively opening pandora’s box – that being said, we’re willing to risk it to give you folks some very necessary knowledge when it comes to your diesel fuel and proper fuel system maintenance. To start, you might be wondering what contaminated fuel means? Fuel contaminants can
The new additives can be used for downstream fuel production to restore power and fuel economy while providing long-term protection against corrosion and waxy polymeric deposits.
You’ve probably seen or maybe you’ve even been a diesel truck stuck on the side of the road in the winter. What happened? They took a load of fuel that wasn’t ready for that day’s ambient temperature. Because diesel fuel can gel/freeze due to large temperature swings, we discuss reasons why diesel owners should be
Diesel owners are turning to Hot Shot’s Secret Diesel Extreme to restore a truck’s original power. With one dose, Diesel Extreme cleans out fuel tanks, lines and injectors, removes moisture, boosts cetane, lubricates the fuel pump and injectors, neutralizes acid and restores fuel economy and power back to the vehicle’s original performance.
More and more diesel vehicles have a particulate filter. Their service lives are limited and can fall significantly below the manufacturer guidelines. One of the main causes of this is soot. However, a new development by LIQUI MOLY is here to help: the Diesel Particulate Filter Protector.