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What is an induction flush?


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2007-12-10 21:52:46
2007-12-10 21:52:46

No, an induction flush is not "high pressure cleaning of the fuel injection system" but in fact, it is a marketing gimmick meant to take your money.

An induction flush is a generic service procedure that passes (sometimes very expensive and well engineered) detergents and solvents through the intake manifold. Depending on the vehicle, this may help decarbonize intake valves to restore lost performance or create a left-right imbalance that results in shortened engine life, loss of power, damage to catalytic converters and oxygen sensors, and/or increased fuel consumption. In some vehicles, it will have no effect of note. == == An induction flush is a high pressure cleaning of the fuel injection system.


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