Winterize Your Diesel With Help From Hot Shot’s Secret

winterize your diesel

As much as I hate to say it, winter is getting closer. Soon, many parts of the country will be seeing sub-zero temperatures and snow-covered roads. That means it’s time to make sure your diesel is ready for the extreme change in weather. One way to do that is to winterize your diesel with Hot Shot’s Secret.

The Diesel Saver Winter Kit is just one way to help your diesel survive the cold months. Let’s start by adding Hot Shot’s Secret Stiction eliminator to the oil. This oil treatment for gasoline and diesel engines is engineered to remove stiction, sludge, and varnish created from burnt oil, while also lubricating the system to improve performance and reduce engine wear. It improves fuel economy, restores power and performance, and reduces engine wear up to 62 percent more than oil alone.

Now that you have your oil ready, let’s look at fuel. Diesel gels when it gets cold, that’s not a secret. But you can combat that with EDT+ Winter Defense. This concentrated daily diesel anti-gel fuel booster is infused with LX4 Lubricity Extreme It is a fully formulated 7-in-1 diesel treatment to prevent diesel fuel from gelling and icing. It also contains a powerful cetane booster, LX4 lubricity additive, a keep-clean detergent package, and de-icer chemicals. It has been shown to reduce fuel line freeze-ups down to minus 40 degrees Fahrenheit, increase fuel economy, and boosts power.

Finally, we have Diesel Extreme. This concentrated injector cleaner and cetane booster is a concentrated cleaner that removes internal diesel injector deposits (IDIDs) including waxy and polymeric deposits. In addition, DIESEL EXTREME contains a top-tier level of cetane booster, lubricity additive, and fuel stabilizer to provide maximum performance while cleaning the fuel system.

Listen, nobody wants their truck to have fuel or oil-related problems. Why not plan ahead and help keep winter issues at bay with the help of Hot Shot’s Secret Winter Bundle? When you are firing up your rig at 4:00 a.m. and it’s 20 degrees below zero, you’ll be glad you took the time to winterize your diesel.

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Randy Bolig

Randy Bolig has been working on cars and has been involved in the hobby ever since he bought his first car when he was only 14 years old. His passion for performance got him noticed by many locals, and he began helping them modify their vehicles.
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