Electronic Fuel Injection

Electronic fuel injection is a process that allows the elimination of carbon deposits in the vehicle's fuel system, injectors, inlet valves and combustion chamber.

Here are a few consequences that may arise from a soiled injection system :

  • Inefficient acceleration;
  • Engine hesitation;
  • Repeated stalling;
  • Engine knocking noise;
  • Poor fuel economy.

Point S recommendation

  • Ensure the injection system is cleaned every 27 months or approximately 45,000km. Such cleaning will avoid you numerous complications and costly repairs.

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