If you’re seeing smoke or the engine is running rough it may indicate problems with your diesel fuel injectors. Here are 5 possible causes.
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Fuel injectors are the beating heart of your diesel engine and the quality of fuel you run through them has a major impact on their lifespan. Whether in your truck, heavy machinery or stationary generator, knowing how to identify when fuel is impacting your engine and what can affect its quality, can save the motor you depend on
Western Australia has set off to a scorching summer, with the mercury already rising above 40 degrees as early as November in Perth.
The sweltering heat is problematic for those working out in the conditions, and the same goes for your diesel truck and a variety of machinery such as earthmoving equipment and forklifts.
With the heat directly impacting your truck’s performance, it is more important than ever to ensure you diesel cooling system is in optimum condition to maintain efficiency and reliability.
Hydraulic systems can be basic or very complex depending on system design & function.
Most modern day diesel engines have a Diesel Particulate Filter or DPF as standard to meet government set emissions control. This brings in other maintenance requirements.
In normal operation the DPF is activated automatically on your vehicle whether it’s a car, 4wd or Japanese truck. As long as they are fitted from factory with a DPF system.
There is some key points to remember:
If you have a DPF warning lamp or flashing check engine light your DPF system may need some diagnostics carried out and require repairs to the Diesel Particulate Filter system.
In simple terms no, but there’s more to it.
If you have heard of diesel engines clogging up their intake systems and costing a lot of money on repairs, then you’ve probably heard of fitting a catch can.
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