Removing water from the fuel in your truck is important to maintaining engine health--water in the fuel can severely damage components of your injection system. Water in your fuel tank can also provide an environment for fungi and bacteria to grow, which can corrode fuel lines and rubber components. If the water in the fuel light comes on, you should change your fuel filter immediately. We recommend emptying the water from your fuel system about every 5,000 miles. The procedure is detailed below.
This is a how-to on replacing the fuel filters on a 2016 Chevy Colorado diesel with the 2.8L Duramax engine. This should be done every 22,500 miles (or when your vehicle indicates it’s time on the fuel filter counter).
Here's a fitment guide for turbochargers for Sprinter vans from 2001 to today. This includes all makes--from Dodge to Freightliner to Mercedes, they all used the same types of turbos. A note on the part numbers list: it is not complete, and there might be many other part numbers for each of these turbos.
This summer, Dodge changed the oil specifications for the Ram 1500 Ecodiesel. While we're not sure of the exact reason for the change--it could have to do with more frequent DPF regeneration--all oils must fit the following specs: