No matter the symptoms or damaged parts, the root cause of the failure must be diagnosed and resolved.
Known for their versatility and toughness, diesel engines are the first choice for many truck owners—and among those engines, Dodge®/Ram® Cummins® turbo diesels consistently rise to the top of the pack. Since 5.9L engines produced between 1991 and 2010 provide reliability you can count on, don’t trust their repairs to anything less than top-quality service
Almost all vehicles built since 2010 are equipped with Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) and require diesel exhaust fluid.
Depending on how they’re used, diesel engines can require different viscosity oil. This video is sponsored by AMSOIL.
The DPF is designed to store the soot and ash, to later burn them off during a regeneration cycle.
Diesel fuel needs the correct additives, especially during winter. This video sponsored by Amsoil.
It is specifically engineered for use in smaller American diesel pickups, vans, cars and SUVs.
Champion’s new blog aims to establish itself as a vital resource for diesel performance enthusiasts.
Even when transmissions are built, one of the biggest factors that is overlooked and not properly maintained.
Before the EPA started snooping around, there were relatively few restrictions on diesels. That’s starting to change.
Reducing emissions to acceptable levels is achieved through a four-stage process.
Approximately 75% of the contaminants trapped by the oil filter are combustion byproducts, like soot and sludge.