One of the most common questions asked by customers to our service advisors is "How do I clean turbochargers?" Turbochargers boost your engine's performance and we know how amazing that feels. However, if there's one downside, it's that carbon can build up with time and usage; thus the necessity for continuous cleaning and maintenance. Don't worry though, it's not as bad as it sounds.
It's no doubt that you've heard both good and bad things diesel. Whether you have always been a diesel-enthusiast or have recently flipped, there's something to keep in mind about diesel fuel when winter approaches. If you live in Canada, this applies to you. If you live in Saskatchewan (a province in Canada), this DEFINITELY applies to you. You know... with -45°C and all.
Changes in the anatomy of diesel fuels and new complexity built into modern diesel fuel injection systems now demand the use of good quality additives. The problem for the end user is distinguishing between high quality additives and the many low quality products that can be found on retail shelves across the country.