Modern diesel engines are equipped with advanced high pressure electronically controlled injection systems which can be easily damaged and the biggest enemy of this equipment is poor quality fuel, or more frequently contaminated fuel.
Whether it be water, bugs or particle matter that gets into jerry cans or service stations in remote places the cost of repairing a damage caused by contamination in your fuel can be huge. A common rail diesel engine rebuild alone can cost over $15,000. So prevention is better than cure.
One way to provide the best protection to your engine is to install an additional fuel filter and water seperator. All common-rail systems only have one factory filter, so installing the additional filter is an absolute must. The full range of D.I.Y kits are available to suit a wide range of diesel vehicles and have been designed to give you peace of mind and save your pocket.