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GM 6.5 Turbo diesel and why it can behave oddly

GM's approach to a cleaner diesel took an approach which makes it behave oddly, and in each year since the ECM controlled fuel injection pump was introduced, a slight change makes that engine behave differently than others in the 6.2 / 6.5 family

Here is the secret issue - the lift pump is undersized - likely due to  trying to make emissions lower.  Use of a 1992 to 1993 (part number E158 or EP158) lift pump rated at 8 to 14 psi will solve most all of its problems

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The Diesel and engine oil viscosity fortifier additives

Often you see questions like Lucas Oil Stabilizer vs Opti-Lube Oil Fortifier?

Then usually "know nothing" people all weigh in and all usually support their own shortcoming sayng "there is already an additive in the oil"

There was a diesel "heavy duty service" CD-4 type oil for a reason - the Diesel engine beats on itself, but those oils do not mean the manufacturers put the very finest of everything into the oil they sell.  15w-40 and straight 40 are common diesel oil products.

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