On this page you will find articles on various topics as they relate to fuel injectors and their cleaning methods. Keep checking back for new content!
The truth is that the overwhelming majority of car owners are very responsible drivers and would do absolutely everything they can to make sure that their vehicles run just as good as brand-new – if not even better.
In this article we’ll cover just about everything you need to know about changing your vehicles transmission fluid and also how much the average transmission fluid change costs.read more
Changing car batteries is something most car owners have to do at one point or another. There’s simply no avoiding it as batteries have a limited life span. An old battery may fail to start the car or run the various electronic accessories like the radio.
Luckily, car batteries aren’t overly expensive. However it is still a good idea to make sure you aren’t paying more than you have to and that you’re getting the right part for your car. A wrong type of battery may fail to keep the car powered up or not fit into the battery compartment at all.read more
If you’re a car owner you have probably heard about window tinting. In all likelihood, you’ve even seen it first hand as most cars come equipped with at-least a certain degree window tint.
Car window tinting is basically a procedure that involves applying a layer of film on a vehicle’s window that is designed to protect the insides (including the driver and the passengers, but also the interior surfaces) from the dangers of UV rays, but also to prevent sun glare that can blind drivers. Sometimes it is also used for aesthetic purposes as reflective or completely dark windows can be considered “cool”.read more
Changing the oil of your car is one of the most common reasons to take your vehicle into service these days. It also happens to be one of the few remaining things that car owners can safely and effectively do themselves in order to maintain their car.
When it comes to oil, there are two major types – conventional and synthetic. The former is made from crude natural oil, while the latter is also fortified with numerous synthetic compounds and often refined further. These days, synthetic oil is quickly becoming the norm, as it lasts longer and usually does the job significantly better, especially in extreme temperatures.read more
Using liquid cleaners as fuel additives is easy, that’s pretty clear. However, sometimes that’s not enough to get the job done. While going to a professional mechanic is always an option to get your injectors cleaned, it’s not the only one. For those of you who like to put in the effort yourself, there’s the choice of purchasing a cleaning kit to get the job done. However, it’s not something you just know how to do by default – so the question remains:
How to clean fuel injectors?read more
While liquid fuel injector cleaners are often hyped as cheap and easy to use solutions for injector clogging issues, many consumers are still skeptical.
And I can’t say I blame them. It does indeed beg the question: can you solve engine troubles with the help of a 10 dollar product?
Is it too good to be true?read more
Talking about fuel injector clogging symptoms and discussing different cleaners is all well and good, but
what are fuel injectors in the first place?
If we really want to take care of them, it surely makes sense to learn as much about them as possible. This is especially true if there are plans for manual cleaning or even exchanging them in the future. Testing fuel injectors and changing broken parts is definitely easier when we actually know what they look like, how they operate and where they are located.read more
While it is important to clean the fuel injectors on our vehicles to keep them running smoothly, how exactly can we tell if the injectors need cleaning in the first place? I can definitely understand that for a non-mechanics savvy individual, it can be quite the task to try to analyze and diagnose the health of an engine.
So, in this article, I’ll try my best to help you understand how the various symptoms from dirty injectors present themselves and how you can learn to notice the