THE BEST DIESEL PRODUCTS ON THE MARKET, WHETHER YOU HAVE A TOW RIG OR A HIGH PERFORMANCE MACHINE Driven now offers a full line up of diesel specific products. We've got you covered from that critical first start-up, all the way through long-term maintenance.
- Increase Cetane for more power
- Clean deposits to improve efficiency
- High lubricity for increased longevity
- Will not harm after treatment devices & EGR systems
- High levels of Zinc (ZDDP) for proper anti-wear protection in high output engines and flat tappet cams
- Defend against turbo coking & oil consumption
- mPAO for maximum high temp shear-stable viscosity
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Diesel Oil FAQs
What Is Diesel Oil Used For?
Diesel oil is used in diesel engines to lubricate the engine's moving parts, reduce friction, maintain engine temperature, and prevent the build-up of harmful substances. It's specifically designed to handle the higher compression ratios and higher operating temperatures of diesel engines.
Can You Use Diesel Oil in a Gas Engine?
While it's technically possible to use diesel oil in a gasoline engine, it's not recommended in most cases. Diesel oil is formulated to meet the specific needs of diesel engines, which operate under different conditions and have different requirements than regular gasoline engines.
How Often Should I Change My Diesel Oil?The frequency of diesel oil changes can depend on several factors including the type of vehicle, the type of oil used, and the driving conditions. However, a general rule of thumb is to change your diesel oil every 3,000 to 5,000 miles, or as recommended by your vehicle's manufacturer.
What Are the Benefits of Synthetic Diesel Oil?
Synthetic diesel oil offers several benefits over conventional oil. It provides superior engine protection, especially under extreme temperature conditions, offers better lubrication, improves fuel efficiency, and can extend the time between oil changes.
What Happens if I Don’t Change My Diesel Oil Regularly?
Neglecting regular oil changes can lead to a build-up of particles and sludge in the engine, which can cause wear and tear on the engine's components. Over time, this can reduce the engine's performance, decrease fuel efficiency, and potentially lead to engine failure. Regular oil changes are crucial to maintaining the health and longevity of your engine.