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Avoiding Contaminated Fuel
The diesel bug is often mistaken as the major cause of failure in injection systems, but is it a a r...
Tuning for Power or Safety
The word Tuning is sometimes a misused word when talking about Diesels. Tuning, as most people would...
If we all headed off on a trip together and our “State of the Art” Common Rail Diesels broke down, I...
Once upon a time you could buy an old 4WD with a bit of a miss and rattle in the injectors, bring it...
Its amazing how modern diesels seem more civilised than ever. When towing and touring we do so with ...
You’re cruising along the highway on that long awaited trip. All seems well ahead but suddenly a lig...
The Number 1 piece of advice to save your diesel engine
If there’s one piece of advice I can give vehicle owners, it’s to “change that fuel filter”. Most ma...
What you need to know about Fuel Conditions and Conditioners
“Our diesel fuel is getting better?!” Well, yes it is. But that doesn’t mean we can all become compl...
All you need to know about your diesel computer
Remember the good old days when you can run your diesel without a battery? Well those days are, sadl...
5 rules to follow that can save you thousands in diesel repairs
While fuel quality appears to be getting better, horror stories of damaged injectors or pumps and hu...
If you and I went on a trip together and our new common rail diesels broke down, I’d say I’d be more...
How many times have you been on a remote trip and come across a horror story of a broken down vehicl...