The misfuelling prevention device

Range Rover driver follows in footsteps of footballer, foiling factory-fitted misfuel device

Grab the wrong nozzle and pump petrol in diesel tank

Don’t pump petrol in diesel vehicle’s tank.

A number of manufacturers build new vehicles fitted with misfuel prevention or misfuel protection devices, which must be good news for the motorist.  Some motorists, however, experience issues such as and another diesel engine Range Rover driver who claims that he pumped a few litres of unleaded petrol into the diesel fuel tank before the misfuel protection device activated.  See with his comments and advice/thoughts from others.

Misfuelling prevention device - no petrol in diesel

Diesel Head Misfuelling Prevention Device

Many motorists, of course, do not own vehicles with OEM misfuelling prevention devices and so are at risk of accidentally pumping petrol in diesel cars or vans.  They should consider fitting a misfuel prevention device, such as the Diesel Head model. That in mind, visit check that their  vehicle is one of the many that the Diesel Head Misfuelling Prevention Device fits.  Should they then wish to purchase a misfuel prevention device, they can choose between the standard and the lockable device designed by British engineer, Lee Steadman.