Re: Diesel pump
> Of course Simon's is not a serious suggestion in case the OP thinks it is.
> Screwing the revs back is perfectly permissible however and so is the
> additive. A thousand fewer revs makes all the difference.
> A Series Land Rover is never going to be smoke free.
Smoke free Series, is there one? LOL
You can wind back the pump, I have always let My Landy man (Rockingham
Landys) do this when needed, as he always winds it back up to it's correct
place after the MOT, but his MAIN trick is to drop off the fuel filter,
empty and clean it, then fill the bowl with that diesel injector cleaner
(Unipart DX is facking brilliant), then tip the rest in the tank and he then
roars it up the very steep hill outside his workshop and watches all the
gunge vanish out of the exhaust pipe.
Pretty well any Diesel injector flushy stuff should do the job, I just like
that DX, I work at a garage that does MOT's, we put DX in the van every 5-6
months, other than that it's pretty well ignored and badly treated... A rep
selling a miracle new flusher said we could nominate any vehichle to flush,
and emiish test it either side.
Amazingly, we where all gob smacked the smokey diesel astra van passed the
emmish tests with flying colours (1.2%), "new" stuff added, and van grannied
around the local lanes like mad... New test... it had gone UP to 1.3%.....
One very red faced smarmy sales rep