by Robert Sanborn on Thu, Aug 10, 2006, who was a member of the STLE Society of Tribologists and Lubrication Engineers for 15 years.
**Whenever the temperature is under 30 degrees Fahrenheit one should use a multi-functional fuel conditioner. This is not just for the anti-gel additives necessary to prevent filter plugging, but detergents necessary to combat the extra production of soot by your diesel engine in cold temperatures. Cold weather requires more than 5 times the amount of detergents and corrosion inhibitors as compared to warm weather operation. D-SOL contains a premium additive package for outstanding service as well as de-icers to prevent filter plugging. **