the correct way clean the fuel injector?

Asked by Jan 26, 2007 at 08:16 PM about the 1994 Toyota Camry

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Dear cg, Im having sluggishness with my take off and i know it's the fuel injector.So what's the right way to clean it without injector cleaner?Tell what's the way to do it if i was a mechanic .I asked because i don't trust mechanic's because they do extra stuff that you did not tell them to do and charge you extra and you may not even needed it.So i need to know from you is certain thing's neccesary before i let them do any work.And i e-mailed you about the size of the speaker's in a 94 camry yesturday.You didn't answer my question !If you look back at my e-mail the question was can you tell me the size of the front door speaker's!I still don't know so can you please tell me so i can purchase the right size set .Thank You CG. mocha_teddybear@comcast.net  and i'm out!

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Hello yetep-- While there are devices that manually clean fuel injectors, I would recommend adding injector cleaner solutions to your gas tank on a regular basis. These products are inexpensive, available at any parts store, and it actually gets the job done. As for your speakers, they the 6.5 inch size. Try the following site for more information-- http://www.crutchfield.com/S-8XVDn2D3bAP/app/car/mycar.aspx. Good luck from Bovan.

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