Fuel Injector Cleaners

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Fuel Injector Cleaners

Postby Dave1 » Thu May 02, 2002 1:47 am

Hi,
I was thinking of using a fuel treatment to clean the relevant parts of my Volcane td. I have used slick 50's variety before. Didn't particularly notice any change, but there again, didn't particularly have any problems. Can anyone recommend a good product that they can be sure did some good. I have heard Comma's Diesel Magic is worthwhile. Any comments appreciated.
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Postby JohnD » Thu May 02, 2002 11:34 pm

Hi Dave - Millers do a good fuel treatment that keeps the injectors clean. Personally, I use the diesel Redex in all four of our family cars. I find that by using it fairly regularly, come MOT time they all sail through the emisisions test.
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Postby Dave1 » Fri May 03, 2002 1:25 am

Hi John,
Thanks for your reply. As it happens I just had the MOT done and passed OK with a 2.6 to 2.8 reading. I am advised on a Turbo the max is 3. I seem to be around this each year but this prompted my question. Obviously if there is a way to get it lower or at least keep it static it is worth trying. I will have a look out for Millers and give it a go.
Thanks again
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