If it has been a year or 15,000 miles, your engine could have already built up deposits. Dirt, varnish build-up, corrosion and carbon deposits restrict the flow of air and fuel to your engine. This happens with all fuel-injected vehicles.
Deposits in the fuel and air intake system that cause:
• Hard starting
• Rough idling
• Loss of power
• Poor fuel economy
• Increased emissions
• A need for higher octane gas
Completely clean the entire fuel system of deposits:
• Fuel lines
• Fuel injectors
• Intake valves
• Combustion chambers
• Throttle plate and throttle valve
Restore the fuel system to its original design for:
• Maximum performance – easy starting, smooth idling, increased power, eliminate knocking
• Maximum fuel economy
• Minimum emissions
Routine fuel system maintenance helps avoid expensive repairs.
For performance, safety and the life of your vehicle, make sure a Fuel System Tune-up is a part of your normal maintenance schedule.