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How To Prevent Diesel Fuel Gelling In The Winter

Keep Your Fuel System Flowing In the Cold Months With Winter approaching and temperatures beginning to drop, it’s time to start thinking about how to keep your diesel fuel flowing well through the Winter months. If proper precautions are taken, you can prevent issues that may occur when diesel fuel is left cold and alone. What Happens to Diesel Fuel in Cold Temperatures? When anything begins to cool, the molecules start to slow down, eventually freezing. For a quick science refresher, when water reaches 32 degrees Fahrenheit (or 0 degrees Celsius) […]
By |December 14th, 2016|Diesel Tips, Diesel Trucks, fuel injectors|Comments Off on How To Prevent Diesel Fuel Gelling In The Winter

Does White Smoke Mean Injector Problems?

We’ve heard of rollin’ coal, but rollin’ snow? Not a good sign. Blowing white smoke is a red flag for your diesel engine, yet we see this happen all the time to our customers. In many cases, white smoke emanating from the tailpipe (often at idle once the engine reached operating temperature) typically means a worn out injector. Now this isn’t always the case, but after some trouble shooting we’re usually the go-to shop when diesel drivers need refurbished, rebuilt, or new […]
By |November 2nd, 2015|Diesel Tips, Diesel Trucks, fuel injectors|Comments Off on Does White Smoke Mean Injector Problems?

Don’t Let Contaminated Diesel Ruin Your Summer Road Trip

For diesel truck drivers, summer is our favorite time of year for four reasons: Road trips. Off-roading. Camping. And more camping. I mean, is there really a better time of year to hit the road, or in a lot of cases, off road? We think not. With increased Independence Day travel right around the corner, it’s worth noting diesel prices remain low – which makes long road trips a lot more promising over […]
By |June 29th, 2015|Diesel Tips, Diesel Trucks, fuel injectors|Comments Off on Don’t Let Contaminated Diesel Ruin Your Summer Road Trip