A diesel engine is not as fuel efficient as gasoline-powered cars.

    But, it’s not just the fuel that’s bad for you.

    The diesel engine also is the fuel for your brakes.

    So, when you need to stop, it can be hard to find a way to save money.

    Here are six tips to help you save money on diesel.

    1.

    Keep the oil in your tank 1.

    Put your oil in the top of your tank, just under the top part of the tank.

    If you don’t put it in, the engine can’t get to the top.

    2.

    Put the engine in the bottom of your engine compartment 3.

    Fill the engine compartment with water 4.

    When you plug in your engine, put a hose in the fuel line to the tank 5.

    Check for leaks, especially when the engine is idle.

    6.

    If there is a leak, drain the engine using a hose and then flush the engine.

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