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When Does Diesel Freeze?

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Diesel freezes when the temperatures go below the melting point of the liquid. Since diesel has different components in it, the temperature at which it freezes is not definite and depends with the amount of impurities in the content.
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Diesel freezes and because of this many diesel motorist experience difficulty in engine ignition during cold seasons. This will however depend with the type of diesel because laboratory experts believe that pure diesel freezes at -80 degrees C.
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