Engine issues can be classed as anything from using more fuel than usual from the seemingly random cutting out of the engine. Of course, not every issue can be resolved by improving the quality of fuel – but many can.nnThe presence of water in fuel causes a big problem for the engine. Not only does this lead to the rapid corrosion and oxidisation of components such as filters and injectors, it also affects the quality of the fuel, diluting it and causing the engine to use more to run normally. Diesel bug can also grow rapidly when there is water present in fuel, providing it with the oxygen it needs to breathe and grow.n
Water In Fuel Causes Engine Corrosion and Increased Wear and Tear
nAs you can imagine, the combination of complications that can arise within the engine as a result of water in fuel and the presence of diesel bug are vast. The blocking of injectors and filters causes the engine to run as if starved of fuel, which can cause sudden cutting out and the increased wear and tear on other vital components. The presence of diesel bug itself compromises the quality of the fuel as it uses the energy within to feed – so not only are you having to use more fuel to get your car going in the first place, you’re having to use even more to keep it going because the fuel isn’t as energy rich!nnThe Coval Aquasolve diesel bug treatment can resolve all of these issues quickly and easily. By simply adding it to your fuel, it removes all traces of water by allowing the two liquids to bond together to form a stable solution which will actually help to clean engine components – and help it run more efficiently too. And the removal of water means that diesel bug can’t survive, so your fuel quality is enhanced – not to mention that using Coval Aquasolve diesel bug treatment results in no harmful emissions either!n
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