Re: Looks like we're not the only ones with gripes...
Originally Posted by Swampy
I think that you will find it is diesel dilution. On some diesels with a DPF the engine management system injects more diesel into the engine to increase the exhaust gas temperatures for the DPF for burn off. Unfortunately for those who only ever do short runs from a cold start, the generated heat and burn off cycle never gets completed properly so the vehicle is constantly trying to achieve burn off and the extra diesel finds its way into the sump.
Doesn't seem to be a Jeep issue (or haven't heard of it) so I suspect that Jeep may have a more sophisticated arrangment with their DPF.
You might have read the same article that I did http://www.stocksy.co.uk/articles/Ca..._consequences/
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