[DML] Cleaning fuel injectors
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[DML] Cleaning fuel injectors



Hey all,

I replaced my injectors about 7 years ago, but I think it might be time for a cleaning.  I have no problem removing the injectors, so what would be the best, safe way to clean them?  Should I just put them in a tray, soak them in Berryman's B12 overnight or what?  The car has been regularly driven, and I always put Stabil in the tank for the winter, but over the last two years I have a slightly rough hot idle. Sometimes it surges once, idles a little erratic for awhile, surges, idles erratic... other times it sounds pretty good, but not steady like I know it can.  I know it will purr like a kitten, because it did in the past, so I'm thinking I might have a dirty injector.

Thanks,
Andy







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