The injectors are coated (teflon like), As for damage to the SCR- no one knows and that is the point, it never has been tested, not to say it will but not to say it won't. I mean the SCR is there because not everything gets burned. BMW did the training and as far as too late I can't comment on that but the way you are doing it seems to be just fine, I would just hate for people to put stuff in the tank- screw up some emissions stuff and then get a $5k bill from the dealer because of residue caused by the additive. People should remember these things will shut down if emissions systems are compromised as mandated by the EPA.
Originally Posted by d geek
thanks for providing the document. what is the internal injector lubrication?
Do you really think an additive that has been burned in the combustion process and does not affect the DPF would subsequently damage the SCR?
Who did the training? I think we won't know of lubricity issues until its too late.
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