One could say a car is meant to get dirty. Oil, pistons, exhaust system, brakes – everything gets dirty and continues delivering more or less similar power to a certain extent. However there is one part of the engine that really causes a difference in performance when dirty: injectors. Clogged injectors are an issue that could lead to even bigger problems. Let’s find out how can you detect injector issues and how to fix them.
Over time, the injectors suffer from the combustion inside the engine. Gasoline and diesel, both derived from petroleum, are not the cleanest fuels in the world and they always generate residue inside the engine.
When this debris is left to build up, it doesn’t allow for a proper fuel scattering and can even cause leaks or block the fuel flow.
If this is the case, the driver should notice one of the following signs:
The 3 most common ways to clean injectors are:
The methods which include disassembling should only be undertaken by a professional. Not only because it’s necessary to have some engine knowledge but especially because of the machinery needed.
Of course, there are some DIY kits but they usually require some dismantling and this can be a bit intimidating for some users.
If you want to ensure a proper clean but don’t want to get your hands dirty, we present our solution: Ultimax Petrol.
Just use one bottle of Ultimax Petrol before filling the tank, then drive ~30 km a high RPM. That’s it.
If, however, you just want to maintain your injectors we propose the following options:
You should use our Complex Petrol once or twice a year if you don’t have noticeable problems with your injectors but just want to avoid any issues.
On the other hand, if you are dealing with constant problems in your injection system (manufacturer design, low quality petrol, etc.) we recommend our Petrol Multi Conditioner. We will talk about this in more detail in the next article of this series, so…
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