Fuel injectors pressurize fuel and pump it through either a fixed or electronically-controlled aperture, delivering the fuel as a fine, cone-shaped spray to the engine. This mist is easier to ignite than a solid stream, burning more evenly and efficiently. Over time, deposits from the burning fuel build up in the aperture, decreasing the injector’s performance and turning the fine mist into an inconsistent dribble.
The fuel injection system is used for mixing air and fuel in an engine. Having a clean fuel injector is vital for optimal engine performance and fuel economy. Usually, injectors get blocked with fuel deposits and this eventually reduces fuel flow in the injector. By practicing regular fuel injection cleaning, the following advantages will be achieved.