We all get tired and have felt depressed at times, but have you ever considered that your engine may experience same manifestations?
The early signs of Engine Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ECFS) is a strong, noticeable lethargy that simply overpowers your engine. The profound weakness does not disappear with additional fuel feedings, oil changes, spark plug replacements, etc.
·Strong and noticeable fatigue even after resting ·Increased fuel appetite ·Inability to perform with no apparent reason ·Dissipation of energy and vigor ·Painful increased toxic exhaust emissions ·Vociferous discord in engine ·Increased frequency in oil changes ·Persistent soiled spark plugs
One or more of these symptoms warrants further investigation.
How does ECFS begin?
From first time you use either gasoline or diesel to fill tank.
Who can get ECFS?
ECFS transcends all ages, social and economic classes, as well as geographical locations. Some members of transportation community, and public consumers as a whole, are inexperienced with ECFS, or are skeptical of syndrome.
What are statistics for ECFS?
Inevitably, all engines powered by diesel or gasoline fuel are affected.
What causes ECFS?
Sulfuric acid in engine produced by a combination of water in fuel and innate attraction of fuel to water. Although most diagnosticians thought it to be an age disorder resulting in weakness and fatigue, scientific evidence has now cast doubt on that theory.
How can consumers cope with and manage ECFS?
The Fuel Doctor suggests that “what we have here is a failure to communicate” between owner and engine. Manifestations are simply an engine’s mode of conveying need for owner intervention.