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This is a discussion on Cleaner Treatments within the General Maintenance, Troubleshooting & Accidents. forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; Hello, Im wondering what i should use to "treat" my injectors, fuel system etc. anyone done this? i know they ...

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    Cleaner Treatments

    Hello, Im wondering what i should use to "treat" my injectors, fuel system etc. anyone done this? i know they sell all types of additives, which is best to use??

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    I like BG 44K.

    To see an incredible range of fuel-system cleaner products, click this link:

    http://www.bgprod.com/autofuel.html
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    Will the ones from my local auto supply store hurt the car?
    What about Octane booster is that O.K.? Here in Cali premium gas is only 91 octane

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    Octane booster is OK, just unneccesary if you have 91 octane and a reasonably stock car. We get 91 here as well.

    I don't think any of the cleaners being sold will hurt anything. BG is sold at a lot of auto parts stores. Checker, Advance, CarQuest and Pep Boys have it for sure. AutoZone too I think.

    The 44k is for occasional heavy duty cleaning. It's a good idea to run something milder a little more often too. Cosco sells Chevron Techron so thats what I use.
    Last edited by GV27; 10-16-2002 at 06:16 PM.
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    BG 44-K (finally someone else that has heard of it)...

    best stuff you can buy, though pricey for $20 a can....still the best stuff.

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    So do you add it to that fuel oil, or kerosene, or whatever the heck that car of yours runs on Tan?
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    fuel.

    I used BG 44K on my old car.

    I'm waiting until I get my hands on from pure biodiesel which cleans out the fuel system anyway.

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