Discussion in 'General Maintenance' started by Dhillon, Jun 18, 2011.
Do you ever need to remove carbon from your car engine ?
How and How Often ?
Never did that ! I am pretty sure you can get some additives to clean that if its in Engine.
You can Flush clean the Engine by draining the engine oil from the car engine and then use this liquid that flushes all the carbon deposits and flux from the engine.
dont think u have to do that. for the cylinders them selfs, the oil should be cleaning them off enough so that there still smooth and clean.
well i know this one....u need specialised epuiment to run ionisable fluid through the engine...the machine polarises the fluid which runs through the engine and its attracts the carbon atoms and neutralises the bond that the carbons have with the walls of the cylinder/valve terrain....it makes a clucking sound when it is working..., as for the recommended interval...its thirty thousand kilmeters...roughly twenty thousand miles...its generally recommended for engines which are ageing and which have a lot of carbon depostited in the engine internals which is characterised by mid range knocking...!
hanji .. wo india mei milta hai.. do u get that?
yassir...i got it done twice...santro engine design flaw zindabaadd..!
hahah .i was thinking to do that on my car
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