I wouldn't do that because, although it may well dissolve a lot of the impurities it's not nearly as good a lubricant as the oil and the bearings would not like it. You'd be better not to use anything. What gain do you think you are going to get from flushing? I called advance auto parts and auto zone. Both persons I spoke with said diesel fuel to flush engine works better than any engine flush they have. Just idle for 5-10 minutes. Don't drive it though until after oil change.
Add Engine Flush to the motor oil at running temperature before changing the oil. After adding the product, allow the engine to idle for approx. 10 minutes. Then change the oil and the filter. Engine Flush is compatible with all commercially available motor oils. We recommend cleaning the engine interior with Engine Flush before every oil change.
It will do damage to a diesel engine. Drain the tank and flush the fuel lines. Do not run this engine with unleaded gasoline in the tank.
If you put petrol in a diesel vehicle do not start the engine. Petrol will do serious damage to a diesel engine. You must drain all the petrol out and flush the fuel lines.
Yes. The idea is usually to add it to the old oil and then flush it out with the oil change. Read and follow the instructions for the product you are using.
you have to drop the tank, flush it, replace the fuel pump, flush the fuel lines (if you ran it before realizing you had put diesel in it) replace the filter and hope you didnt get any sprayed into the piston area by the fuel pump. if so you might as well buy a new engine.
Do it yourself engine transmission flush and filter change on 2005 Chevy silverado 5.3?"
I do it befor every oil change, and my engine is very silent
dat is a very durable truck. anyway try an engine flush and a diesel treatment. if its turbo which i think it may not try using a thicker engine oil. that is an oil of higher body
You can flush your Caterpillar diesel engine cooling system by removing the drain plug on the bottom of the radiator. What a running water hose in the top of the radiator and leave it run.
get engine running and use hot oil flush and then do oil change again can also fill with diesel fuel or atf due to the high cleaning of the liquid(just dont run to long)then do oil change after it run
Hopefully you haven't run it yet, so drain the tank and flush the fuel lines to keep the diesel out of the engine. If you have run it, consult a mechanic. You may have to break down the engine.
Can you? Sure you can. Should you? NO! A gasoline engine will not run on diesel. You will end up having to drain the tank, flush the fuel lines, replace the filter, and possibly the injectors.