Valve Injector Cleaner Kit
Today's high tech fuel systems require advanced maintenance solutions. Varnish build-up, corrosion and carbon deposits restrict the flow of air and fuel to your engine just when you need them most, during start-up and acceleration. Today's lean burn engines are much more sensitive to disruptions in air: fuel ratios than the engines of yesteryear. As a vehicle accumulates mileage, the air induction and fuel systems are likely to lose efficiency. Performance and drivability begin to suffer as gum, varnish and other deposits build up in the air intake and fuel systems.
Deposits in the fuel system can cause:
- Hard starting
- Loss of power
- Rough idling
- Poor fuel economy
- Increased emissions
Below are examples of a clogged fuel injector and the disrupted spray pattern that it produces and a deposit covered intake valve that absorbs fuel, restricts air flow and produces hard starting and rough idling. These can result in poor performance and fuel economy and increased emissions. It has never been more important to have a clean fuel system than it is today. If it has been a year of 15,000 miles since your last fuel system tune-up service, you could already have built-up deposits.
A fuel system tune-up service performed with Wynn's Enviropurge Fuel Injection Cleaning Apparatus and Wynn's fuel and air system cleaning chemicals is the perfect way to remove all of the various deposits that can restrict air and fuel flow. After disabling the vehicle's normal fuel supply, the single canister Enviropurge tool is filled with an appropriate Wynn's Fuel system chemical and attached to the vehicle's fuel rail with an appropriate adapter from the Enviropurge Adapter Kit. The highly concentrated Wynn's cleaning chemical is sent through the fuel rail via shop air pressure with the engine running. The Enviropurge tool has a sight glass to monitor the flow of the cleaning chemical and a pressure regulator top supply proper pressure. The result is a very efficient and effective cleaning of the entire fuel and air intake system. The result is:
Below are examples of a clean fuel injector and the desired fi ne spray pattern and a clean intake valve. The result from a clean fuel system is maximum performance and fuel economy and minimum emissions. If it has been a year or 15,000 miles since your last fuel system tune-up, its time for Wynn's.
- Clean fuel injectors, intake valves and combustion chambers as well as throttle bodies
- A smoother running engine, especially at idle
- Restored power
- Restored fuel system effi ciency
- Reduced fuel octane requirement
- Improved intake air flow
- Reduced exhaust emissions
- Increased fuel economy
- Protection from rust and corrosion
- Lubrication of the air intake throttle plate