Diesel 9·1·1® is the product diesel-engine operators call on when they have a winter diesel fuel emergency.
- Treats 30-75 Gallons
- Ultra Low Sulfur Diesel (ULSD) Compliant — contains less than 15 parts per million (ppm) sulfur
- Effective in all diesel fuels, including ULSD and biodiesel blends containing up to 20% biodiesel (B20)
- De-ices frozen fuel-filters — no requirement to change fuel-filters
- Prevents fuel-filter icing
- Reliquefies gelled fuel in minutes — no tow truck needed
- Removes water from fuel system — extends life of fel-filters, fuel-injection pumps and fuel injectors
- Contains Slickdiesel® for maximum fuel lubrication — protects fuel injectors and pumps against Low and ULSD wear
To Deice Frozen Fuel Filters
Water is dissolved in and carried by all diesel fuels. At temperatures below +32°F, water that has collected in fuel-filters freezes. This causes decreased fuel flow to the engine and results in reduced engine power or engine shutdown.
To de-ice frozen fuel-filters, check to insure that diesel fuel in the equipment fuel tanks is not gelled. If fuel is liquid:
- 1. Remove fuel-filters.
- 2. Empty remaining liquid from fuel-filters.
- 3. Fill fuel-filters with 50% Diesel 9•1•1® and 50% diesel fuel.
- 4. Reinstall fuel-filters.
- 5. Start engine.
- 6. If outside temperature is below +20°F, add Power Service Diesel Fuel Supplement® +Cetane Boost® as directed to prevent further gelling.
SKU 90180642 Model 08025-12 Weight 4.0000 Color No Size No Width N/A In Store Only No Price $6.98
Rural King provides a defect or damage warranty within 30 days of receipt. All Manufacturing Return Policies Supersede Rural King's Return Policy.
- Highly recommend 911. Review by Ed
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The product arrived in time for the next polar vortex and provided relief from diesel gelling. Very we'll packed, from soup to nuts a good experience.
(Posted on 3/6/2014)
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- Q & A
Product QuestionsI have a 2001 VW Beetle TDI with about 30K miles. I am having power problems climbing grades and it feels like fuel. I am usually at about 4500 feet and about a 10--12% grade when it happens and usually in colder weather. The VW dealer has tried many things but cannot pin point the problem. Will this product (911 Red) work for my car? Thanks, Fred
Question by: Siskiyou Fred on Jan 7, 2015 8:36:04 PMHello,
I have spoke with the manufacturer and they said:
Diesel 911 is the product to strip off any gel or ice in the filter.
If same problem occurs during the summer than we recommend a strong detergent product such as or Diesel Kleen + cetane boost.
RuralKing.comAnswer by: D.J. (Admin) on Jan 7, 2015 8:36:04 PM