Clean Diesel Engine and Aftertreatment Maintenance and Training

Newer diesel engines are significantly cleaner than their 2006 and older counterparts, but they are also quite a bit different.  It is important to understand how these new cleaner engines and their pollution control systems operate, so that you can reduce diesel emissions, save money on costly engine repairs, and stay on the road.  Thankfully, there are a number of great resources out there.  Below are some resources that we hope you will find useful:

Puget Sound Clean Air Agency Clean Diesel Truck Video Training

The Puget Sound Clean Air Agency has put together an excellent series of free videos that will teach you how to care for your clean diesel truck.  

Manufacturers of Emission Controls Association (MECA)

MECA is a non-profit association that was formed to provide technical information on emission control technologies for vehicles.  Their website has a wealth of information on a variety of emission control technologies.  Click on the link below to learn more:

California Air Resources Board (CARB)

California’s Air Resources Board also has an excellent guide to DPF care and maintenance.  Click the link below to learn more:

Other Manufacturer Trainings and Videos

The manufacturer of your vehicle engine typically will have trainings and will provide information on the proper procedures for maintaining your diesel vehicle and emission control technologies.  Below is a link to a series of videos from Detroit Diesel, which go into the procedures for DPF Cleaning and for Parked Regeneration:

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