66 focks up fuel injection cleaner
>"AW" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote
>> $50 for a fuel filter?! Ford must be crazy! ;-)
>The crazy ones are those willing to pay it.
>> Where would you all recommend that I take it to have this seemingly simple
>> service done?
>If it's so simple then why not do it yourself?
>> Next question, all they are going to do is jack the induction cleaning kit
>> into my intake, and then hose down my throttle plate right?
>No, they usually run a can a injector cleaner in the tank, then hook into
>the vacuum system and run a cleaner into the intake which is sucked in by
>vacuum. It looks like this...
>This cleans the throttle body, throttle plate, valves, combustion chamber,
>intake runners, the upper ring-belt area of all the piston chambers,
>basically the whole top end of your system. I'd run a can of BG Fuel
>Injection System Cleaner then run BG44K.
>BG recently ran a '93 Mazda MX-6 to 310,000 miles with virtually zero wear
>on the internals (ALL the internals) due to using their products. Here's the
that bottle hoohs to you fuel rail you RETARD
no vacume needed
get some certific ation
ya just ****ed up