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Toledo Auto Care

4544 Monroe St
Toledo, OH 43613

The performance and longevity of your vehicle are largely dependent on the type of fuel in its tank. Over time, you may start to notice that your car isn’t performing the way it once did even though you’ve been using the highest grade of fuel recommended by your vehicle’s manufacturer. Why is that, and how often should you have a fuel system cleaning?

Just what are fuel injectors, you may be wondering? Fuel injectors pressurize and pump fuel through an electronically controlled opening that sprays the fuel into the cylinder. This allows the fuel to burn evenly and more efficiently.

Over time, as you operate your car and it burns fuel, deposits of carbon are left behind, creating a layer of build-up on the fuel injectors. Cleaning of the fuel system flushes out this build-up and cleans the fuel injectors. By removing the build-up of carbon deposits and flushing them out of the fuel system, your car engine will run smoother and become more fuel-efficient.

How often should you get a fuel system cleaning? Generally, most mechanics recommended cleaning the fuel injectors after every 60,000 to 90,000 miles. If you’ve noticed any of the following, it’s time for a fuel system cleaning:

  • Significant decline in your miles per gallon,
  • Loss of performance and power,
  • Feeling sluggish when you accelerate,
  • Rough idling,
  • Pre-ignition sounds,
  • Your vehicle is becoming hard to start,
  • Throttle hesitation when accelerating.

The four main reasons to get a fuel system cleaning are:

  • Improve gas mileage, saving money on fuel costs
  • Reduce emissions from your car
  • Protect and restore the performance of your car
  • Increase engine life and performance

Some auto shops will recommend a fuel system cleaning if they see a dirty air filter. Before proceeding with the cleaning, check the mileage interval for service, and ask your mechanic to test the fuel pressure before a fuel system cleaning is performed.

Have more questions about how often should you get a fuel system cleaning? Contact our ASE Certified Technicians at Toledo Auto Care—Monroe Street, for more information about how to take care of fuel injectors and to schedule an appointment. Our auto shop is proud to serve vehicle owners in Toledo, OH, and the surrounding areas.

Do you know how often should you get a fuel system cleaning? Check out your fuel injectors if you’ve been experiencing car performance issues.

The performance and longevity of your vehicle are largely dependent on the type of fuel in its tank. Over time, you may start to notice that your car isn’t performing the way it once did even though you’ve been using the highest grade of fuel recommended by your vehicle’s manufacturer. Why is that, and how often should you have a fuel system cleaning?

Just what are fuel injectors, you may be wondering? Fuel injectors pressurize and pump fuel through an electronically controlled opening that sprays the fuel into the cylinder. This allows the fuel to burn evenly and more efficiently.

Over time, as you operate your car and it burns fuel, deposits of carbon are left behind, creating a layer of build-up on the fuel injectors. Cleaning of the fuel system flushes out this build-up and cleans the fuel injectors. By removing the build-up of carbon deposits and flushing them out of the fuel system, your car engine will run smoother and become more fuel-efficient.

How often should you get a fuel system cleaning? Generally, most mechanics recommended cleaning the fuel injectors after every 60,000 to 90,000 miles. If you’ve noticed any of the following, it’s time for a fuel system cleaning:

  • Significant decline in your miles per gallon,
  • Loss of performance and power,
  • Feeling sluggish when you accelerate,
  • Rough idling,
  • Pre-ignition sounds,
  • Your vehicle is becoming hard to start,
  • Throttle hesitation when accelerating.

The four main reasons to get a fuel system cleaning are:

  • Improve gas mileage, saving money on fuel costs
  • Reduce emissions from your car
  • Protect and restore the performance of your car
  • Increase engine life and performance

Some auto shops will recommend a fuel system cleaning if they see a dirty air filter. Before proceeding with the cleaning, check the mileage interval for service, and ask your mechanic to test the fuel pressure before a fuel system cleaning is performed.

Have more questions about how often should you get a fuel system cleaning? Contact our ASE Certified Technicians at Toledo Auto Care—Monroe Street, for more information about how to take care of fuel injectors and to schedule an appointment. Our auto shop is proud to serve vehicle owners in Toledo, OH, and the surrounding areas.

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Toledo Auto Care - Monroe St$$$4544 Monroe St, Toledo, OH 43613419-479-7350serviceneeded@toledoautocare.com
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