How to Start a Diesel Engine?

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Keep the diesel in a garage. Give the engine a minute or two for the glow plugs to start warming up before you start the engine fully. Use a fuel additive. Check the vehicle over to make sure that everything is where it should be. You can find out more information here: www.ehow.com
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You can start a diesel engine the same way you can start a gas powered engine. I assume we're talking about cars. You may find that starting a diesel engine in the winter is a bit harder. If you have very cold temperatures, you'll want to make sure your battery is good, keep your gas tank filled if possible, and make sure you keep things like radios and heaters off while starting the car.
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