Helpful Winter Tip For New Diesel Owners - You Don't Want To Be This Kind Of " Gellin' "

Posted by admin January 11, 2016

Diesel fuel can gel when the outside temperature dips to around 10-15 degrees farenheit and below. If this happens, the vehicle will not run, and may not even start. The simple way to prevent the fuel from gelling, is to put an additive in the fuel tank. Just go to your local parts store, look for any diesel fuel treatment with anti gel, and follow the directions on the bottle.