LIQUI MOLY: Diesel Purge

Published:  07 January, 2019

LIQUI MOLY’s Diesel Purge was developed to dissolve deposits and improve engine characteristics. It is effective against deposits in the injectors and in the fuel system. Application is easy: Just pour the can into the tank. It can also be applied in a preventative manner too. Also, when a car comes in for regular inspection and the diesel filter has to be changed, you can simply fill up the new filter with Diesel Purge. Then let the engine runs on pure additive for the first few minutes.


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