6.5 Turbo Diesel Starting Problems?

Answer General Motors released the 6.5L Turbo Diesel, part of the Detroit Diesel series, in 1992 to replace the smaller 6.2L diesel engine. If you are experiencing trouble while trying to start your vehic... Read More »

Top Q&A For: 6.5 Turbo Diesel Starting Problems

Turbo Diesel Problems?

Diesel engine have spent more than a century earning their reputation for huge torque, incredible reliability, good fuel economy and versatility. Even the best of them can go bad, however, as a res... Read More »

Diesel Starting Procedures for Diesel Trucks?

Starting a diesel truck is similar to a gas truck. The only big difference in starting is the use of glow plugs. The truck will require a five-second wait from turning the key to "on" to starting u... Read More »

How to Remove a Turbo From a VW Diesel?

The turbo on the diesel engine found in some Volkswagens uses a turbocharger to create extra torque and power. This turbo has bearings and other moving parts internally, all of which require mainte... Read More »

What Does the CDR Vent Do on a 6.9 Turbo Diesel?

A crankcase depression regulator (CDR) canister is a positive crankcase ventilation system utilized on many diesel engines, including the Ford 6.9 liter turbo-diesel. A CDR vent on diesel engines p... Read More »