I've used both Seafoam and Lucas with great results. I've also heard Techron is very effective, and even STP.
Pouring whatever cleaner you choose into the TB will NOT clean your injectors. A FI engine doesn't work that way. It MAY help clean carbon build up in the intake, but it won't do anything for the injectors. There are several articles on various Honda forums on how to use Seafoam to clean your intake.
To clean your injectors, simply pour your chosen cleaner into the fuel tank. Fill the tank to ensure mixing, and drive the car. I wouldn't refuel until you get to 1/4 tank or less.
Professional shops do offer fuel injector cleaning services. These vary in effectiveness. If you go the professional route, I'd stick with a Honda dealer, or an aftermarket Honda shop.
Try using Seafoam. Pour it lightly into your throttle body and then take the car out for a spin at wide open throttle. You will get a ton of smoke, but that's normal.
No, the 1995 Honda Civic transmission does not have a filter. The fluid is recommended to be changed every 75,000 miles to ensure clean fluid is kept in the housing.
The backseat is held on by mounting bolts. Removing the bolts will allow the backseat to pop off of the 1999 Honda Civic. Installation requires to mount the seats correctly.
No, 1990 1.6s are MPFI,(multi port Fuel injected) or fuel injected, and 1.5s are DPFI (dual point fuel injected) throttle body injected, they are completely different injectors, one motor has one for each cylinder, the other style has two for the whole motor, Injector cleaner can be used to clean injectors Searching for answers like this is much easier and faster from any search engine
Clean fuel injectors are important in keeping an engine running smoothly. To clean the fuel injectors a person can take them out, clean them off, and by adding a cleaning agent to the gas tank to clean them from the inside out.
The average cost to clean fuel injectors is about $150. Fuel injectors are used to deliver fuel into an internal combustible engine.
CHECK THE GROUND ON YOUR MOTOR, NEEDS TO VERY CLEAN AND TIGHT.
If the idle is erratic on a 1993 Honda Civic the IACV will need to be clean or replaced. The IACV controls the idle on the car and when it fails the car will not be able to maintain an idle.
civic dx auto trans should not be flushed.Just drain pan and clean magnetic plug and add 3.2 litres of genuine Honda atf.Drain again in about 6 month so you capture the fluid in torque conv.
Put two moth balls inside a FULL tank of gas. Also helps to clean out carb and injectors.
It's fuel injected and has no carburetor. Use a quality fuel injector cleaner such as Seafoam or Techron poured into the fuel tank every 6 months to keep the injectors clean.
You clean a four stroke injectors with Lucas injector cleaner at any auto parts store.
To clean fuel injectors on a 1997 S10, first disconnect fuel pump from fuel injectors. Disconnect pressure regulator and connect the cleaning kit to the fuel port.
Clean fuel injectors help to keep a car running well. A person can clean the fuel injectors on a 2001 Buick Century by adding fuel injector cleaner to their gas tank when its empty and about to be filled with gas.
no need. just be sure to clean well both surfaces of the head and block and warfage too.
Yea, a person can clean the injectors on their own. They have to use a variety of fuel injector cleaners from the store, and try the different ones after the gas tank has been filled.
I suggest you purchase 2 cans of Seafoam FI cleaner and follow the directions on the cans. Can be purchased at most auto parts stores. If that does not work you may have to remove the injectors and have them professionally cleaned.
Gasoline will not dissolve the carbon deposits that clog the injectors but it will cause your engine to not start.
The rear window glass on a Honda Civic is held in place by a silicone sealer. Remove the old glass be prying it away from the car. Clean off any residue of the sealant. Properly line up the window and use the silicone sealer to glue to window to the car.
Clean the injectors
your injectors are blocked replace or clean id clean because it cost's £167 each for the injectors new
I had the same thing in my 1998 Honda Civic and it had to do with the intake manifold setup on the J spec motor. We replaced it with the original intake manifold off the stock motor that we were replacing (that was originally in the car) and the idle was fixed. You will want to clean your old intake manifold though so that you don't get a bunch of junk in your fuel injectors.
easiest way to clean injectors is to purchase a good (not cheap) injector cleaner, and add to you fuel tank. from experience, i double dose the amount first time round, then add correct amount to fuel about once a month. this will keep injectors clean and will not damage engine
One of two possibilities: a faulty O2 sensor (mixture too rich) in which case the check engine light will come on, leaving a code. The other possibility is you might have a dirty injector and you should try and clean out the injectors by adding fuel injector cleaner when you gas up.
Any car with spark plugs will have cleanable fuel injectors, so yes.
If you mean the oustide of the engine then wash it just like you would wash the outside of your car. Otherwise I'd stay away from cleaning the inside.