Is your vehicle suffering from?
- High fuel consumption
- Lack of power
- Rough idle
- Hard starting
- Has exceeded 80 – 100,000kms
- Engine misfire
- Stumble on acceleration
What happens to my fuel injection system after 80-100,000kms?
- The internal filter baskets become blocked with contamination and impurities.
- Injector nozzles become blocked from fuel residue which is a dye that gives the fuel colour and a perfume which gives the fuel its smell.
- The injector body seals begin to perish and harden resulting in fuel leaks and air leaks.
- Stop start driving causes a more rapid build up of residue on injector nozzles over a period of time.
Can today’s fuel have a negative effect on my fuel system?
Fuel Injector Services believes that for longevity and effective injector protection we would recommend using only the higher grades of fuel.
When else should I have my injectors cleaned?
- When the car has not been started for a period of time.
- When installing a reconditioned cylinder head.
- When installing a new or reconditioned engine.
- Preventative maintenance.
- Engine tune – if vehicle has high kilometres.