So---we have taken a rather simple diesel engine design that would run on almost any kind of fuel/oil without damage and have progressed to a fragil, complicated unit that a few drops of gas or water will destroy the whole system? Way to go manufactures.
This is progress?
Manufacturers had no choice.
Thank your government for the emissions laws that forced the mfg's to put all this******on diesels. They're the same folks who brought ultra low sulpher diesel fuel that causes lubricity problems....
Diesel engines are being slowly legislated out of existence in the US. But its interesting to visit Europe and see 80% of all vehicles diesel powered.
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