3TNE84 4TNE84 Diesel Used Fuel Injector For PC30 PC40 72950353100
|Part Name: Fuel Injector Assy||Size: Standard|
|Category: Spare parts||Cylinders Number: 6|
|Engine type: Diesel||Test staus: Normal|
|Injection: Electric Injection||Injector Code: 72950353100|
When Should I Use a Fuel Injector Cleaner?
Provided you make an attempt, it’s kind of hard to go wrong when applying fuel injector cleaner. Some mechanics will tell you that your ride can run up to 15,000 miles on one fuel injector cleaner session. However, if your vehicle is older or you deal with tougher conditions, it’s recommended you use it at the 3,000-mile marker, but if your car is telling you otherwise, listen to it. The best thing about fuel injector cleaner is that it makes its need known through nuisance noises and driving inconveniences.
It all depends on driving conditions, the age of your car, and the quality of the fuel you’re using. In terms of driving conditions, if you are decelerating and accelerating more frequently or deal with a lot of hills, you naturally incur more wear and tear. This is significantly increased by towing vehicles since it adds strain to the whole system. Plus, the older the vehicle gets, the more fuel it will consume and the more injector cleaner it needs. New cars get much better fuel mileage and much slower wear, requiring more infrequent treatments. Another consideration is the grade of fuel you use. It might cost you a bit more at the pumps, but less particulate in your gas gives your fuel injectors fewer particles with which to contend.
Ultimately, if you want to improve fuel efficiency and are tackling general maintenance, you can use a small number of additives frequently. Some go weekly, while others opt for every other day—it all depends on your car’s condition. However, if you’re looking to tackle the damage that’s already been done, look for a more potent option to use every few months. If you find the issue recurring, aim for every three months. In conjunction with this, if you’re driving an older ride, you’ll want to treat it annually to a blast of carbon removal. Be sure that all the chemicals you use are compatible with one another if you are going off-brand for your yearly treatment.