The single largest factor in controlling performance, fuel economy and emissions, is the way in which your engine burns fuel. Poor combustion will consume more fuel, with less power, and dirtier emissions.
Cars today are built to self-diagnose problems, and to a degree, can adapt themselves to fix the problem. If your fuel delivery system is in poor condition, your engine will adjust itself to account for the poor combustion, delivering more fuel to recover the lost power. The engine retarding itself is what causes you a decrease in fuel economy.
Gum, varnish or glazing, and tar deposits from a neglected fuel system will result in damage to your engine’s Fuel injectors, Intake valves, and Throttle bodies.
Problems you may notice:
- Rough Idling
- Pinging (Detonation)
- Poor Starting
Benefits of a Fuel System Flush:
- Improved fuel economy
- Restored lost power
- Cleaner exhaust emissions
Fuel System Flushes are recommended every 20 000 Km.
See owners manual