Internal Protection for your Diesel Engine from Justice Brothers

Internal Protection for your Diesel Engine from Justice Brothers

Justice Brothers' new Diesel Fuel Tool (Model 547675) can be used by a professional shop with expert results. When used with authorized cleaning solutions, it will help to remove all those harmful contaminants, leaving your fuel system and injectors clean and functioning properly.

You purchased a diesel-powered vehicle for reliability and dependable long engine life, now your must maintain it properly. Diesel engines create carbon, gum, varnish, resin and other contaminants from the engine’s fuel system. Maintenance is particularly important for a diesel equipped with a performance exhaust system, turbocharger or aftermarket electronic tuning modules. Justice Brothers, the experts at internal engine care, have exactly what you need.

Justice Brothers’ new Diesel Fuel Tool (Model 547675) can be used by a professional shop with expert results. When used with authorized cleaning solutions, it will help to remove all those harmful contaminants, leaving your fuel system and injectors clean and functioning properly. The Diesel Fuel Tool connects to the engine fuel inlet and return lines with adaptors provided, temporally replacing the engines fuel tank with the proprietary fuel/solution contained in the canister. While the engine is running at approximately 1,200 RPM, the cleaning solution is circulating completely through the fuel system. The contaminants are removed through the exhaust system and by the filter inside the tool.

Adding Justice Brothers Diesel Fuel Supplement to your fuel tank will lubricate rotary pumps, increase power, disperse water and control bacteria and algae in the fuel. Using it regularly will keep your diesel’s fuel system burning cleaner and your engine in great running condition. It’s Justice Brother’s one-two punch for effective diesel maintenance.

Find out more about Justice Brothers at www.justicebrothers.com, or contact them at 2734 E. Huntington Drive, Duarte, CA 91010, (626) 359-9174, Fax: (626) 357-2550. Available only at professional car care centers.

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