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Professional Fuel System Cleaning

January 31, 2017



Getting adequate fuel to your engine is very important for performance, fuel economy and safety. In order to accomplish this, your fuel system needs to be clean.

Today's production cars have fuel injectors, rather than a carburetor. The injectors need to be cleaned from time to time in order to deliver the fuel with the correct pressure, spray pattern and volume.

Frankfort drivers can buy fuel system cleaners that you pour into your gas tank to help maintain an already clean fuel system, however, they can't do a major cleaning. For that, you need to see Tuffy Tire & Auto Service Frankfort in Frankfort. We have the tools and chemicals to do the job right. Our friendly and knowledgeable team at Tuffy Tire & Auto Service Frankfort can remove particles, gum and varnish from your fuel system and get those injectors running cleanly and efficiently.

You'll find Tuffy Tire & Auto Service Frankfort at 20250 S. Lagrange Rd in Frankfort, Illinois 60423. Or just give us a call at 815-469-7900 to schedule an appointment.

You'll enjoy more power, better fuel economy and reduced exhaust emissions. The cleaners also help prevent rust and corrosion in your fuel system and lubricate engine parts.

And, as with all maintenance, it can help prevent repairs that can happen because you didn't take preventative steps. Our advisors at Tuffy Tire & Auto Service Frankfort can tell you when your car is scheduled for a fuel system cleaning.

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