So as a follow up from my last video on how to test fuel injectors, here is a video on how to clean fuel injectors yourself. Whether you want to clean clogged up injectors or simply clean an injector from a wrecking yard before you put it in your engine, this quick and easy method will save you both time and money. Clogged or dirty fuel injectors could cause a missfire, poor engine performance, a lean condition and other issues that should be addressed sooner than later.
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