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Diesel is a petroleum-based fuel, derived from the same crude oil as gasoline. When distilled, the lighter fuel becomes gasoline and the heavier fuel is made into diesel. Because diesel is denser than gasoline, it provides more energy, or specifically better fuel economy, per gallon. But it does also have some drawbacks…
It’s important to know how to clean diesel injectors. Follow these steps to optimize your car’s performance.
Seeing black smoke from diesel engines when accelerating is normal but can be avoided. Discover why this pollution happens and what you can do about it.
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Accidents happen. You’re not the first person to put DEF fluid in a fuel tank. Here’s what to do to help your vehicle recover.
The combination of diesel fuel and cold weather can be challenging for some vehicle owners. Here’s the best way to maintain diesel fuel in the winter.
Diesel fuel ignition is highly dependent on temperature. Learn how a glow plug warmer can make cold starting easier and reduce emissions.
Is a diesel fuel additive a necessity for diesel-powered cars? While not a requirement, here are the benefits of an additive for diesel vehicles.
Driving with the gas light on might not seem like a big deal, but doing so consistently may eventually cause serious problems.