4BD1 4BG1 6BD1 6BG1 Used Fuel Injector For Excavator EX200 - 6 1153004210
|Part Name: Fuel Injector Assy||Size: Standard|
|Category: Spare parts||Cylinders Number: 6|
|Engine type: Diesel||Test staus: Normal|
|Injection: Direct Injection||Injector Code: 1-15300421-0|
How Fuel Injectors Get Clogged Up
As gasoline or diesel fuel runs through the entire fuel system, carbon deposits naturally are left behind. Just like the drain in your kitchen sink sometimes gets clogged with food particles, so too do intake valves and combustion chambers get clogged with carbon deposits. The type of fuel you use can also impact how clean your fuel system is. Lower quality fuels often are mixed with water, which can rust the inside of your fuel system, leading to reduced fuel efficiency and degradation of the entire fuel system over time.
How to Clean Dirty Fuel Injectors
Fuel injectors need maintenance, and that means adding a fuel injection cleaner roughly every 3,000 miles. Provided you choose the best fuel injector cleaner for the job, it will keep your engine running smoothly. By reducing carbon buildup and adding precision to the combustion process, it enables your engine to work with better efficiency. Even better, it’s an easy task, no matter how new you are in the world of car upkeep
What do I Need to Clean My Injectors?
You need the following:
The best Fuel injector cleaner for your vehicle
Fuel pressure gauge
Hose for attachment to fuel injector and rail
Nothing else is needed to do this on your own, though this is assuming you have basic tools on standby in case you encounter any other issues while attending to the fuel injectors. This is the perfect time to run a visual diagnostic on your vehicle and make a shortlist of maintenance tasks you need to complete, so you won’t be cleaning your injectors for no reason.
Can Fuel Additives Help my Injectors?
Fuel additives can be helpful for numerous reasons, but if you’re storing your car for a long period of time — especially if you’re a proud owner of a vintage car that rarely comes out from under the tarp — you’ll want fuel injector additives.
These prolong the life expectancy of your fuel/oil, so you won’t have to worry about buildup or long-term corrosion. Fuel additives help keep your injectors lubricated and ready to go when you are.
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