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Around these parts (PA) there has been numerous reports of degrading "FUEL QUALITY", floating sludge and or high moisture content.
This same degrading "FUEL QUALITY" reports have caused huge repair bills that can reach in upwards of $8k for total replacement of all injectors in some trucks, more specifically, Duramax's.
What can be done to prevent this possibility of it occurring to me?
-Is there a gauge that can be installed, to monitor fuel quality? and if so, who manufactures it and where can it be purchased?
-Is there some type of "FUEL QUALITY" test kit that an individual can purchase, that he or she can test the fuel from the pump before he or she fills up?
-What other precautions can be put into affect to virtually eliminate the possibilities of this ever happening to me as well as others?