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How to Keep Your Diesel Engine Healthy

The diesel engine is one of the most popular engines in the world, and for good reason. They are incredibly durable and efficient. Despite their popularity, many diesel engines require regular maintenance and care in order to keep them running. If you want to learn more about keeping your diesel engine healthy, read on to find out how you can keep your engine running like new.

When people talk about diesel engines, they are usually referring to diesel cars, which are small, powerful, and fuel efficient. Diesel engines are also large and powerful, but they are a little more complicated to maintain than their gasoline counterparts. Because of the complexity of diesel engines, many people don’t know how to keep them in good condition. If you are one of these people, or if you have a diesel engine in your car, then you need to read this article to learn how to keep your engine healthy.

1. What are the most important parts of a diesel engine?

The most important parts of a diesel engine are the fuel injection, the engine block, the crankshaft, the pistons, the connecting rod, the fuel lines, the air intake, the exhaust, and the turbo charger. These parts are all important for the diesel engine to function properly.

2. How to keep your diesel engine healthy

For those who have a new Diesel car, it is important that you take care of the engine parts from the very beginning. Use product like Liqui Moly Cera Tec which reduces friction and wear through ceramic compounds offering high chemical and thermal resistance. Prevents direct metal-to-metal contact, thus increasing the assembly service life. Reduces fuel consumption in gasoline and diesel engines thanks to the low-friction effect. Miscible with all commercially available motor oils and motor vehicle gear oils. One can also use this product if the vehicle has already run around 30K KM.

Using good quality and recommended Engine Oils also help increase the engine life. Keep fuel systems clean and prevent deposit build up with STP Diesel Treatment. It helps reduce emissions, save fuel and can be used in any diesel engine to keep it running smoothly.

For slightly older vehicles, use Liqui Moly Oil Additive on every oil change. It reduces wear, especially on older engines, and improves the durability and function of the components.

Diesel fuel injector systems gather carbon deposits from the burning of fossil fuels. This results in inconsistent firing and over consumption of diesel. Liqui Moly Super Diesel Additive will improve your vehicle’s fuel efficiency by 10%.

For all diesel engines both with and without diesel particulate filters, Preventative during every inspection, after repairs on the fuel system or to solve problems use Liqui Moly Diesel Purge.

  • Removes deposits on injection nozzles and in the combustion chamber
  • Increases the cetane rating, eliminates engine operation problems such as knocking in idle and provides round and quiet engine running
  • Engine combustion chamber cleaner, Perfectly compatible with all conventional diesel and biodiesel fuels

3. How to prevent and repair problems

When you vehicle has run more than 30K KM, remind your mechanic to flush your engine and carburetor, before changing the engine Oil. Highly recommended products are from Liqui Moly and STP.

4. Conclusion.

Some of the most common problems that diesel engines have are the following: -Poor fuel economy -Excessive oil consumption -Poor idle quality -Excessive noise -Frequent engine failures -Engine knocking -Poor power output -Poor fuel economy -Excessive oil consumption -Poor idle quality -Excessive noise -Frequent engine failures -Engine knocking -Poor power output -Poor fuel economy -Excessive oil consumption -Poor idle quality -Excessive noise -Frequent engine failures -Engine knocking -Poor power output -Poor fuel economy -Excessive oil consumption -Poor idle quality -Excessive noise -Frequent engine failures -Engine knocking -Poor power output -Poor fuel economy -Excessive oil consumption -Poor idle quality -Excessive noise -Frequent engine failures -Engine knocking -Poor power output -Poor fuel economy -Excessive oil consumption -Poor idle quality -Excessive noise -Frequent engine failures -Engine knocking -Poor power output -Poor fuel economy

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