In today’s world, millions of cars are running below the optimal level of efficiency and the main culprit is the accumulation of carbon deposits at high levels of concentration in the vehicle’s air intake and exhaust system. This includes the combustion chambers, intake valves, catalytic converter, and oxygen sensor. Fuel filters get clogged due to carbon accumulation and the fuel flow gets reduced distorting the pattern of the fuel spray. Consequently this impacts fuel automation decreasing the efficiency of combustion and could potentially lead to several issues like high emission, engine malfunction, excess fuel consumption, performance loss, hard starts and rough idling.
Thorough Cleaning of the Engine is Essential
From the very first day that you start driving your new car, varnishes, dirt and carbon accumulates in the fuel system of your car. It also affects the combustion areas and intake valves, Together the contaminants contribute to poor performance of your vehicle impacting fuel economy and enhancing harmful emissions. Left untreated, this could lead to expensive engine repairs.
The following are among the symptoms of carbon and other contaminants accumulating in your car engine: