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ENGINE REQUIREMENTS LUBRICATING OIL, FUEL, AND FILTERS

Trademark InformationDDC, Detroit Diesel, and the spinning arrows design are registered trademarks of Detroit Diesel Corporation. Series 50, Series 55, Series 60, DD13, DD15, DD16, and POWER GUARD are registered trademarks of Detroit Diesel Corporation. Fuel Pro, Sea Pro, and Mega Filter are registered trademarks of Davco Manufacturing, LLC. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS1 2 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 3 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 3.6 3.7 3.8 3.9 3.10 4 INTRODUCTION ................................................................................................................. LUBRICATING OIL REQUIREMENTS ............................................................................... IDENTIFICATION OF API SERVICE CLASSIFICATION ................................................ API CJ-4 VERSUS API CI-4 PLUS ................................................................................. APPROVED OILS POWER GUARD OIL SPECIFICATION ....................................... LOW AMBIENT TEMPERATURE STARTING ................................................................ MONOGRADE OILS ....................................................................................................... LUBRICATING OIL ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ............................................................ SAE VISCOSITY GRADE SELECTION .......................................................................... HIGH TEMPERATURE/HIGH SHEAR VISCOSITY ........................................................ SULFATED ASH AND TOTAL BASE NUMBER ............................................................. UNIVERSAL OILS ........................................................................................................... SYNTHETIC OILS ........................................................................................................... LUBRICANT SELECTION OUTSIDE NORTH AMERICA .............................................. TYPICAL PROPERTIES ................................................................................................. THE USE OF SUPPLEMENTAL ADDITIVES ................................................................. PURCHASING BULK ENGINE OIL ................................................................................ WASTE OIL DISPOSAL AND REREFINED OILS .......................................................... 1- 1 222222333333333331 1 2 2 3 3 1 1 3 3 3 3 4 4 4 5 5

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OIL DRAIN INTERVALS ..................................................................................................... OIL DRAIN INTERVALS FOR EPA07 & EPA10 HEAVY DUTY ON-HIGHWAY ENGINES ........................................................................................................................ 4.2 OIL DRAIN INTERVALS FOR EPA07 MEDIUM DUTY ON-HIGHWAY ENGINES ......... 4.3 OIL DRAIN INTERVALS FOR PRE-2007 SERIES 60, SERIES 55, MBE 900, AND MBE 4000 ENGINES ............................................................................................................... 4.4 ALTERNATE OIL DRAIN INTERVALS FOR MBE 900 ON-HIGHWAY ENGINES .......... 4.5 EXTENDING OIL DRAIN INTERVALS ............................................................................ 4.5.1 GUIDANCE FOR EXTENDING OIL DRAIN INTERVALS ........................................... 4.6 USED LUBRICATING OIL ANALYSIS ............................................................................ 4.7 OIL ANALYSIS DURING ENGINE BREAK-IN PERIOD .................................................

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DIESEL FUEL ..................................................................................................................... 5.1 QUALITY AND SELECTION ........................................................................................... 5.1.1 FUEL LUBRICITY ....................................................................................................... 5.1.2 PREMIUM DIESEL FUEL ........................................................................................... 5.1.3 BIODIESEL FUELS .................................................................................................... 5.2 DIESEL FUEL PROPERTIES ......................................................................................... 5.2.1 DISTILLATION ............................................................................................................ 5.2.2 95% BOILING POINT ................................................................................................. 5.2.3 CETANE NUMBER ..................................................................................................... 5.2.4 FUEL STABILITY ........................................................................................................ 5.2.5 FUEL SULFUR CONTENT ......................................................................................... 5.2.6 FUEL OPERATING TEMPERATURE AND VISCOSITY ............................................

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5.3 FUEL ADDITIVES ........................................................................................................... 5.3.1 WATER CONTAMINATION ......................................................................................... 5.3.2 FUEL ADDITIVES THAT ARE NOT ALLOWED ......................................................... 5.3.3 EVALUATION OF SUPPLEMENTAL FUEL ADDITIVES ............................................ 5.4 DIESEL FUEL STORAGE ............................................................................................... 6 6.1 6.2 6.3 6.4 6.5 7 8 FILTRATION ........................................................................................................................ FUEL AND LUBRICATING OIL FILTERS ....................................................................... SUPPLEMENTAL OIL FILTERS ..................................................................................... BOSCH/DELPHI FUEL FILTRATION SYSTEMS ............................................................ AFTERMARKET FILTRATION SYSTEMS ...................................................................... DETROIT DIESEL GENUINE MAINTENANCE PRODUCTS ......................................... STATEMENT OF DETROIT DIESEL WARRANTY ............................................................ SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION .....................................................................................

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This publication species the type of lubricants, fuels, lters, and related maintenance intervals required for the diesel-fueled engines manufactured and marketed by Detroit Diesel. The information in this publication applies to Series 60, Series 50, Series 55, Series 40, MBE 900, MBE 4000, DD13, DD15, and DD16 engines. Information on the use of diesel exhaust uid (DEF) is located in EPA10 DD Platform Operators Manual (DDC-SVC-MAN-0075). Coolant references are located in Coolant Requirements For Engine Cooling Systems,(DDC-SVC-BRO-0002). NOTE: For 2-cycle and all Off-Highway engine lubricating oil, fuel, and coolant requirements, refer to MTU Technical Publication, Fluids and Lubricants, Specication Bulletin, A001061/33E (or most recent). This bulletin is available from authorized MTU distributors. For information on fuels, lubricants, and lters required for Detroit Diesel engines using alternate fuels (other than diesel fuel) and other engine products not covered in this publication, refer to the specic publications for those engines. Selection of the proper quality of fuel, lubricating oil, and lters in conjunction with required oil and lter maintenance is required to achieve the long and trouble-free service which Detroit Diesel engines are designed to provide. Operation with improper fuels, lubricants, and lters can degrade engine performance and may void the manufacturers warranty.

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LUBRICATING OIL REQUIREMENTS

In general, lubricating oil selection for Detroit Diesel engines is based on viscosity grade and service category as dened by industry standards and is displayed in the API symbol shown in the following section. Oils identied by this system and licensed by API provide adequate service in most applications. In 2002, Detroit Diesel initiated additional criteria to these requirements through the use of POWER GUARD Oil Specications (PGOS) which resulted in a listing of preferred oils for Detroit Diesel engines. NOTE: For 2-cycle and all Off-Highway engine lubricating oil, fuel, and coolant requirements, refer to MTU Technical Publication,