The diesel fuel that powers you Heavy Duty engine can be filled with contaminats like dirt and ash, and of course water.
This contamination can rob your engine of power and even cause fuel system failures.
Why Diesel fuel Becomes Contaminated?
The quality of diesel No. 2 (DF2), the most-common diesel fuel grade, is not predictable, and diesel fuel quality varies widely depending on the source. Acceptable limits for initial fuel quality are fairly loose, which accounts for wide variations in diesel fuel ingredients. Additionally, the more often fuel is handled and transferred, the greater likelihood that fuel contamination will occur. Prolonged storage in tanks is also a common source of contamination and cause fuel to breakdown.
Because of its complete understanding of the Heavy Duty industry, you can rely on WIX filters'line of Heavy Duty diesel fuel filters to help you protect your fleet of vehicles.