put new injectors in
Vacuum cleaner belts are not repaired, but are replaced.
Yes you may its not going to hurt it. Also while you do fuel system cleaner use injection cleaner too.
In the gas tank
The Lucas brand of products are very good.
Add a fuel injection cleaner into the fuel tank or go to a garage that has a fuel injection service machine.
Pouring the injector cleaner down the throttle body won't clean the injectors. You need to add the injector cleaner to the fuel tank for it to help you. Read the instructions on the container of injector cleaner.
You can tell that your vacuum cleaner needs to be replaced when it quits working properly. Signs of that include the belt quits turning or the vacuum quits picking up dirt.
No, the drums can be cleaned with brake cleaner.No, the drums can be cleaned with brake cleaner.
The answer is oil. Injection cleaner will help on a car with higher mileage.
Modern fuels have a fuel injector injector cleaner built into them. However I do recommend you use a good fuel injector cleaner such as Seafoam or Chevron Techron once a year.
If you use economy gasoline, add cleaner every time you change the oil. If you use top tier fuels (from major companies), then never add cleaner. vbd
Fuel injector cleaner does not hurt anything,but most fuels already have a cleaning additive in their fuel.
No. The filter will need to be replaced.
Whether they are or not, you still should wash them if you can. If they aren't, that cleans them. If they already have been, they are even cleaner!
Simply put some injector cleaner in the gas tank. If this doesn't work, a mechanic will have to clean it. GoodluckJoe
your air cleaner could be dirty, u might need some fule injection cleaner, the timing , sparkplugs. these are all posibals to check.
It is what the carburetor or fuel injection is mounted to.Plain and simple.Or under the air cleaner assembly.
Soak it in Carburetor Cleaner for about 30 minutes to an hour and it will loosen up.
Fuel injection is cleaner and more reliable as well as easier to monitor by the onboards, there's a reason the automotive industry moved from carbs to throttle bodies then fuel injection and it's the standard now.
check the throttle body, and clear the MAF sensor using a contact cleaner
NO, All that will clean up with some good cleaner.
Sounds like it is flooding out. Try idling your carburetor up. unless it is fuel injected. also use some carburetor cleaner, or throttle body and injection cleaner if its fuel injected.
usually related to fuel injection or smog control. check O2 sensor or catilitic converter first.dirty gas grunge also build up in the arms of the fuel injection system. if a injection cleaner doesn't work, they need to be physically cleaned.