Vehicles with Diesel Particulate Filters

In 2007 on road highway diesel vehicles where mandated to use DPF’s (diesel particulate filters)  by the EPA in the United States and off road vehicles in 2012 over a certain HP, (above 25 HP). During normal operation the DPF’s do a great job in cleaning the exhaust contaminants from diesel engines but they definitely do create problems. Some major problems are fuel dilution in the oil (especially in the Ford 6.7L). Excessive fuel consumption, back pressure in the exhaust system which limits your performance plus your engine just shutting down  or going into limp mode and excessive engine wear in certain applications. Contact us to understand these issues and the difference in how they operate or read this article on DPF’s. Click here for a YouTube on diesel particulate fundamentals, far left video. Congress passed a law that made it is legal to remove DPF’s from all emergency vehicles. The main reason is so they will not shut off or go to limp mode during operations!!

AMSOIL manufactures specific oils for vehicles with DPF”s. Click Here!

To keep your fuel system operating like new and limit regeneration cycles by using AMSOIL fuel additive ADF & ACB.

AMSOIL manufactures top tier CK spec’d oils for on road & off road vehicles using DPF’s starting in 2007 and off road starting in 2012. Click Here for details! Yes AMSOIL provides 75% more protection than other lubricants!

 

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