Improve GDI engine performance with CRC GDI IVD Intake Valve & Turbo CleanerEasy-to-use CRC GDI IVD Intake Valve & Turbo Cleaner is sprayed through the air intake. It contains the highest concentration of PEA (Polyether amine) detergency which is delivered directly to the backs of the GDI intake valves and removes up to 46% of carbon deposits in the first 60 minutes. No costly engine teardown is required, and it is safe and effective for all gas-powered engines, including turbos.
Proven results on turbo systems!
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CRC GDI IVD Intake Valve & Turbo Cleaner increases power and torque, stabilizes rough idle, solves rough starting problems, reduces emissions, improves fuel economy.
Cleaning is needed every 10,000 miles or at every oil change to prevent deposit buildup.
Remember, gasoline additives don't reach intake valves on GDI engines!
How To Use CRC GDI Intake Valve & Turbo CleanerIn the past decade, Gasoline Direct Injection engines have become extremely popular with both domestic and import auto manufacturers. Compared to conventional fuel injection, GDI can deliver improved fuel efficiency, more power from smaller engines, and reduced emissions at low load. That’s great! But the popularity of GDI engines has brought back an old service issue – carbon deposits that can rob drivers of horsepower, gas mileage, and smooth operation.
CRC has created a GDI carbon deposit solution that allows you to tackle the problem quickly, easily, and at a very reasonable cost.
CRC GDI IVD Intake Valve & Turbo Cleaner is an aerosol spray that’s applied through the engine’s air intake or throttle body and delivered directly to the backs of the GDI intake valves. CRC GDI Valve & Turbo Cleaner contains the highest concentration of PEA available on the market to provide the fastest, most thorough chemical cleaning available. A single application removes up to 46 percent of carbon deposits in the first 60 minutes.
First, just as you would with any product, read the entire product label before using, so you can understand the instructions and the safety guidelines. Next, warm up the engine. CRC GDI Valve & Turbo Cleaner requires a period of heat soak to work, so you want to start with an engine that’s fully warmed up. Locate the throttle body or air intake and spray product directly through the throttle body. If the throttle body is not easily accessible, spray PAST the mass air flow sensor. But do not spray into the mass air flow sensor assembly. You can also remove the air flow sensor assembly and spray where the sensor is mounted. If the vehicle is turbocharged, you can remove the boost sensor in the charge pipe and spray into the pipe. If it’s easier you can also spry into the vacuum port. Lift the PermaStraw dual-action spray system and lock it into place…. with the engine running at 2000 RPM, spray in short bursts until the can is empty. Once the can is empty, rev the engine 2 to 3 times, but tell them not to exceed 3500 RPM. Run at idle for one minute and then turn the engine off. Reassemble the air intake system and let the engine heat soak for a full hour. The heat soak is critical, so be patient, and let the CRC GDI Valve & Turbo Cleaner do its work. After the hour is up, restart the engine and drive at highway speeds for at least 10 minutes. And remember, as our test show the maximum benefit is achieved when the vehicle is driven regularly over the next several days. So, let your customer know they should drive their car regularly over the next week or so. If you have a vehicle with severe carbon buildup, CRC GDI Valve & Turbo Cleaner can even be used in successive treatments. Just have your customer drive about a thousand miles before a second treatment, in order to get the full benefit of the first treatment.
How To Remove Carbon From Intake Valves & Turbos Using CRC GDI IVD® Intake Valve & Turbo CleanerGDI engines deliver increased power, performance and gas mileage. GDI, or gas direct injection engines, are great engines but they need a bit more periodic maintenance. If you drive one of these vehicles, this is important. Because of their design these engines need treatment with CRC GDI IVD Intake Valve and Turbo Cleaner every 10,000 miles. Here’s why. In traditional port fuel injection or PFI engines, the gasoline washes over the valves, cleaning them in the process. In GDI engines, gasoline is injected directly into the cylinder so it never comes in contact with the intake valves. Without that constant cleaning action, harmful carbon deposits build up on the valves. The result is reduced performance and loss of power. Chunks of carbon can even break off and cause damage to engines and other components. Some methods of removing the carbon involve costly labor- intensive processes. CRC solves this problem easily and affordably with its GDI IVD Intake Valve and Turbo Cleaner, which safely dissolves the carbon deposits without requiring engine teardown. It’s also proven to clean turbo impellers for better turbo performance. Use it every 10,000 miles or before every oil change. Do it yourself or have it done by your local service center. The result will be improved performance and longer engine life for your vehicle.
CRC 1-TANK Power Renew® Instructional VideoFuel quality will vary from pump to pump and over time, contaminants in fuels will cause carbon deposits to build-up throughout your car’s entire fuel system. Even in a new vehicle, deposits can start to form in as few as 5,000 to 10,000 miles. Engines today are so finely tuned, that even minor deposit formations can cause performance issues. If you’re experiencing a decline in gas mileage, hesitation, stalling, and other problems, chances are you have carbon build-up in your fuel system.
1-Tank Power Renew from CRC Industries is proven to restore your fuel system to “like-new” condition after just one use and, it lasts for 4,000 miles! CRC 1-Tank Power Renew reaches critical components. It cleans the entire fuel system and, is proven to restore lost power, improve engine performance and increase fuel economy. It provides easier starts, faster acceleration and better air flow into your engine. In addition to dramatic mechanical performance improvements, CRC 1-Tank Power Renew saves money over other fuel treatments on the market. It’s a significant value compared to other fuel additives. Typical solvent additives recommend use in every tank of fuel to achieve the advertised product benefits. On average, you’ll need 8 bottles of the other products for every single treatment of CRC 1-Tank Power Renew. This could result in a savings of more than $100 dollars per year in product costs alone. And with better gas mileage, you’ll save even more at the pump!
To apply 1-Tank Power Renew, take the bottle and funnel out of the box. Pour the entire contents into a nearly empty gas tank. Refuel and you’re good to go!
1 bottle treats up to 25 gallons of gasoline, and is effective in both gasoline and ethanol-blended fuels. There is also a special formulation available for diesel engines. No other fuel additive offers the extraordinary results CRC 1-Tank Power Renew provides or, the cost savings it delivers.
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All Girls Garage Featuring CRC GDI IVD Intake Valve CleanerGDI engines have given us so many street shredding perks. Like more power, better performance and fuel economy. But all that greatness comes at a price. In the form of rapid carbon buildup on your intake valves. Well the CRC GDI IVD Intake valve cleaner safely cleans those deposits without you having to tear down the top end of your engine. Simply spray it just past the MAF sensor directly into your air intake for a concentrated blast. Unlike a lot of other fuel additives that get diluted in your fuel components. Remember to do it every ten thousand miles or if it’s easier along with every oil change so you can get better performance and have longer engine life to prowl the streets.
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If you are choosing between 15 different fuel treatments, fuel additives, fuel injector cleaners, and miracle elixirs, you’re just wasting time. If you are treating your fuel system every time you fill up – you’re just burning money.
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Choose the best and treat your fuel system with CRC 1-TANK®. It’s eight times more effective, has the highest concentration of PEA (Polyether Amine) detergency on the market, gives you up to 97% power recovery and an average increase of 5.7 percent miles per gallon.
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A concentrated one-tank cleanup that delivers a powerful SHOCK to your dirty fuel system. Made with the maximum available chemistry it's the most powerful fuel system cleaner on the market. Excellent cleanup with proven results. Average increase of 5.7% MPG, 97% total power restoration, 99% injector flow improvement and cleaner emissions. Only needed 4x per year.
Why is a Complete Fuel System Cleanup Needed?
Fuel quality differs from pump to pump and, over time, contaminants in fuels will cause carbon deposit buildup throughout the fuel system. Carbon deposits harden on intake valves, piston heads, cylinder walls and fuel injectors and lead to decreased MPG, hesitation, stalling, pre-ignition, loss of power and excess exhaust emissions. Today's engines are so finely tuned that even microscopic deposit formations can cause performance issues.
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CAR FIX TV SHOW CRC GDI IVD Intake Valve CleanerCRC makes an intake valve cleaner for your GDI engine. GDI = gasoline direct injection. That means the gasoline is shot straight to the cylinders unlike your carburetor engines or your older throttle body injection where the gasoline actually washes over the intake valves, keeping them clean - which means the carbon doesn't allow it to build up on it - which means you have good compression. So what you need to do on your GDI engine is spray some CRC in it. This way you can clean the engine out. Better performance and you don't have to tear it down because of carbon build up.
CRC GUARANTEED TO PASS Emissions Test Formula & Complete Fuel System CleanerCRC GUARANTEED TO PASS reduces emissions and improves performance in one tankful!
Pass your emissions test or get double your money back! CRC GUARANTEED TO PASS removes harmful gums and varnish from carburetor and emission control components. Reduces CO, HC and NOx emissions to guarantee a passing emissions test and reduces the need for expensive high octane fuel. Super-cleans fuel injectors, intake valves and combustion chamber to increase MPG, promote easier starts, faster acceleration and better airflow. Contains the maximum allowable cleaning chemistry for superior results. Use year-round as a fuel system cleaner for optimal performance. Recommended every 3,000 miles. Works with all gasoline and ethanol-blended fuels.
CRC Mass Air Flow Sensor Cleaner Tech Tip on SPEED Two Guys GarageAs seen on Two Guys Garage on the SPEED channel: You've heard the Mass Air Flow Sensor is a sensitive part of your engine. What does it do and how do you maintain it? The MAF Sensor allows the computer to adjust injector flows based on the type of air flow through the engine, you really need to maintain this component of your car because carbon and dirt can begin to form on the housing and sensitive electronics causing the sensor to malfunction. When cleaning the MAF Sensor do not just use any cleaner, these can degrade the plastic housing and the main sensor in the unit. To clean your Mass Air Flow Sensor use a product specific to the Sensor, use CRC Mass Air Flow Sensor Cleaner. The spray on CRC Mass Air Flow Sensor is strong enough to clean carbon and other deposits, but is safe on the plastic housing. CRC MAF Sensor Cleaner reduces rough idle and improves fuel mileage!
CRC 1-TANK POWER RENEW Complete Fuel System Cleanup for GasolineTreat your engine to 1-TANK Power Renew™ and get back the power, performance and MPG you've been missing!
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HOW TO CLEAN A MASS AIR FLOW SENSOR / METER , M.A.F. SENSOR !!!This is how to clean a mass airflow sensor , this car is a 2003 ford crow vic police interceptor , but any car or truck with a mass air flow sensor will be cleaned in the same way , and they all are located in the air intake like this one , open your hood and you are sure to spot it , and the process is very simple , so clean away , even if you don't think you have a problem , clean it , you will notice power , and fuel mpg improvements 100% guaranteed , so get cleaning , also check out my video on cleaning your throttle body , this can be done with the same cleaner , and will help idle smoothness , and off idle stumbles , misses , and could turn off that big orange light on your dash too !!!
CRC 1-TANK POWER RENEW for DIESEL on GAC's Two Guys GarageAs seen on Two Guys Garage on the GAC network: One bottle lasts up to 4,000 miles! Cleans entire fuel system including injectors, valves, and pistons to help your engine run better.
From CRC Industries, it’s the CRC diesel One Tank Power Renew. Literally, you just pour it in your tank. One of these bottles last up to 4,000 miles.
Yeah what it’s going do is clean your entire fuel system. So injectors like diesel engines, common rail injectors, they get a lot of deposits, they get sticky, and your fuel flow goes south. So this will restore that, eat away all that carbon deposits on your valves, your piston top, make your engine run better, get the fuel economy back, get the power back. From CRC is the one tank power renew for diesel and for gasoline.
CRC MOTOR TREATMENT Internal Engine & Crankcase CleanerCRC MOTOR TREATMENT cleans and lubricates internal fuel and oil systems for a smoother running engine, increased MPG, restored power and reduced emissions.
Carbon, a byproduct of combustion, is typically expelled through the exhaust system but check out the pics in this video to see what can be happening inside your fuel system and crankcase. Carbon deposits in your engine can be a SERIOUS problem. Add CRC MOTOR TREATMENT to your fuel and oil for a smoother running engine and RESTORED POWER!
CRC 1-TANK Power Renew® on The Daily Buzz Spring Auto GuideSpring Auto Guide on The Daily Buzz. Contaminants in fuels can cause carbon deposits to build up in your vehicle's fuel system, leading to decreased power and MPG, hesitation, stalling and excess emissions. CRC 1-TANK Power Renew® is the most powerful fuel system cleaner on the market with PROVEN results. Guaranteed or your money back! Use every 4,000 miles.
From buying a new car to getting the one you already have in top shape for those upcoming vacations, we have you covered here this morning. Our gal Michele Yard is here with your spring AutoGuide. Over time we talk about maintenance, so containments in fuels cause carbon deposits to buildup throughout your vehicles fuel system. This is going to lead to decreased power & MPG, hesitation, stalling and excess emissions. So this is what you need to get, CRC 1-Tank Power Renew. This is the most powerful fuel system cleaner on the market with proven results, proven power recovery, misfire repair and better fuel economy after just one use. If you’re taking a road trip, that fuel economy is huge! And its guaranteed or your money back. And you only need it 4 times per year.
CRC 1-TANK Power Renew Complete Fuel System CleanupCRC 1-TANK Power Renew® cleans your vehicle's entire fuel system with just one use! Intensive deposit cleanup significantly improves power, performance and fuel economy. One treatment lasts up to 4,000 miles. Available for gasoline and diesel engines.
How to Perform a CRC Complete Fuel System ServiceStep-by-step instructions for how to perform a Complete Fuel System Service using quality, high performance products only available from CRC INDUSTRIES.
STEP 1 - Treat your fuel with CRC 1-TANK Power Renew® Complete Fuel System Cleanup
STEP 2 - Clean deposits from your intake valves with NEW! CRC GDI IVD™ Intake Valve Cleaner
STEP 3 - Clean your mass air flow sensor with the original Mass Air Flow Sensor Cleaner from CRC
STEP 4 - Clean your throttle body with CRC Throttle Body & Air Intake Cleaner
CRC Throttle Body & Air Intake Cleaner on MAV tv's Two Guys GarageAs seen on Two Guys Garage on MAV tv: Why should I clean my Throttle Body & does it really improve my car's performance?
How to Clean Your MAF SensorA dirty MAF sensor can cause reduced horsepower and MPG, hesitation, sputtering, hard starting, stalling, excess emissions and power loss. Cleaning your MAF sensor is easy and should take about 10 minutes. Watch this video to learn why cleaning your MAF sensor is so important and how to do it.
CRC Guaranteed To Pass on MAV tv's Two Guys GarageAs seen on Two Guys Garage on MAV tv: Have you ever failed your emissions test? CRC Guaranteed To Pass is exactly the kind of product you need.
Have you ever been that guy? You know the guy that fails the emissions test? Well this is probably a product that you need. CRC Industries presents the Guaranteed To Pass Emission Test formula and fuel system cleaner. Now what it is, is basically a cleaner. It’s got all kinds of additives in there. Hit your valves, hits your intake; get all that carbon off, all that varnish all that buildup from your entire combustion chamber. And again it’s guaranteed to pass! So you throw it in your tank every 3,000 miles, you can also use it as a fuel system cleaner. So check it out from CRC Industries the Guaranteed to Pass emissions test formula and fuel system cleaner.
CRC Intake Valve Cleaner on Motorhead Garage Industry UpdateNewer cars with gasoline direct injected engines get to run a little rough after 5,000-10,000 miles. They build up a lot of carbon particularly on the intake valve because they no longer have the injector and the intake manifold washing that valve. It carbons up and your vehicle loses power, performance and fuel economy.
New CRC GDI IVD™ Intake Valve Cleaner reaches the intake valves at 150X the concentration of premium fuel additives. It’s easy to use - go behind the mass air flow sensor, put the Permastraw into the intake system, spray a 30-second blast with the engine at 2,000 RPMs. CRC Intake Valve Cleaner lifts the carbon off the back side and the face of the intakes valves, helps to clean up the combustion chamber and restores power and performance. Also great for standard PFI gasoline engines! For more info and a $5 rebate, go to http://crcintakevalvecleaner.com
CRC Intake Valve Cleaner on The Daily Buzz 8-20-2014CRC just introduced brand new technology in a product called CRC GDI IVD™ Intake Valve Cleaner.
GDI stands for Gasoline Direct Injection and we’re seeing it on more and more vehicles from top auto makers like Ford, Buick, Honda, Toyota, Kia, BMW and several others.
GDI engines are popular because they have better combustion, resulting in more power and cleaner emissions. And they use less fuel!
GDI engines inject fuel directly into the cylinders for combustion, bypassing the intake valves. And because GDI engines run hotter and harder than conventional PFI (port fuel injected) engines, they’re prone to harmful carbon deposits; especially on intake valves. But you can’t reach GDI intake valves with a fuel additive product, so you need something more.
Even in a newer vehicle, after just 10,000-15,000 miles deposits start to build up and they can really affect your vehicle’s performance.
Some symptoms are hard starting, rough idle, poor acceleration, reduced fuel economy, power loss and excess emissions.
CRC developed a product to clean intake valves in both GDI and PFI engines. For GDI the benefit is that you can now clean those intake valves without needing a technician to disassemble your engine – that's an expensive proposition! Instead you can spray CRC Intake Valve Cleaner into the air intake – and you’re going to notice a difference even in the first hour after you use the product.
Conventional PFI engines don’t have as severe a problem with deposit buildup, but if you haven’t been using fuel additives on a regular basis you’re still accumulating deposits that will affect your engine’s performance. CRC Intake Valve Cleaner reaches the intake valves at 150X the concentration of premium fuel additives, so you’re going to get a real deep clean right where you need it and gain back your power and fuel economy.
Get more info along with a $5 rebate online at crcintakevalvecleaner.com and find it at AutoZone and NAPA auto parts stores.
CRC Throttle Body & Air Intake Cleaner Instructional VideoThe throttle body in the air intake system controls the air that flows into the engine. The amount of air depends on the position of the gas pedal. If you press the pedal harder then the throttle plate opens wider to give the engine more air, resulting in more power and increased speed.
Eventually, dirt, carbon and other debris buildup inside the throttle body on the throttle plate and butterfly valve, reducing airflow and causing parts to stick. When this happens, you may experience noise at higher engine speeds, fluctuating idle or stalling, rough or slow acceleration, and higher emissions. Throttle Body and Air Intake Cleaner from CRC Industries effectively cleans and removes power robbing gums from air intake components on fuel-injected vehicles.
With the engine off, remove the air intake duct to expose the throttle body. It may be necessary to remove the mass air flow sensor. Place a rag under the throttle body to collect run off. Spray CRC Throttle Body and Air Intake Cleaner in 3 to 5 short bursts, not continuously, manually moving the butterfly valve back and forth as you spray.
Many vehicles have electronic throttle control and use drive-by-wire technology to connect the throttle to the pedal. However, if your vehicle has a throttle cable or linkage, be sure to clean that as well. Brush parts inside and out with a toothbrush then re-spray and wipe down.
If you removed the mass air flow sensor, you may want to take this opportunity to clean it with CRC Mass Air Flow Sensor Cleaner. Reassemble the mass air flow sensor, air intake duct and filter.
With CRC Throttle Body & Air Intake Cleaner, you’ll experience easier starting, and smoother, more efficient engine performance.
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The Lifestyle List TV CRC 1-TANK Fuel System Cleaner 2016Host Michelle Yarn shares her lifestyle how-to's, DIYs, favorite products and more for modern women.
Treat Your Fuel System
If your car has lost some of its power and the gas mileage is dwindling, you may need to clean out your fuel system.
Yes, it can be overwhelming to see shelves and shelves of fuel system cleaners at your auto parts store and many of them have to be used every time you fill up with gas! So here's how to keep things simple:
CRC 1-TANK Power Renew is a concentrated one-tank cleanup, used only 4 times a year, that cleans out the deposits that build up inside the fuel system with regular every day driving.
It's super easy to use and even comes with a funnel in the box, so it takes seconds to do the "service" and then you are done for the next 4,000-5,000 miles. Just add it to the tank every time your vehicle is due for an oil change.
CRC GDI IVD™ Intake Valve Cleaner on MAV tv's Two Guys GarageAs seen on Two Guys Garage on MAV tv: Ground Breaking Technology designed for Direct Injection motors!
Ok from CRC Industries this is Intake Valve Cleaner, designed for direct injection motors. Now what happens in direct injection motors is the air and fuel actually come in down stream of the valve but because the PVC system you always have this oil vapor hitting that hot valve and coke sticking to it. Because of this ground breaking technology you can actually spray this cleaner right by the MAF Sensor and it hits that valve at 115 times the concentration of something you would add in your fuel. Check it out from CRC Industries, their Intake Valve Cleaner for direct injection motors.
CRC GDI IVD™ Intake Valve Cleaner Instructional VideoIt’s a fact that deposits form in every fuel system, but the amount and how quickly they form depend on the quality of fuel and oil used, on personal driving styles and on engine type.
GDI engines are particularly prone to rapid build-up of fuel deposits because they’re never cooled or washed with fuel. Deposits can form in as few as 5,000 to 10,000 miles, restricting proper airflow and increasing engine operating temperatures. These harmful fuel deposits cause a variety of problems, preventing your vehicle from operating properly. Unlike common fuel additives that are diluted into fuel before reaching critical fuel system components, GDI IVD Intake Valve Cleaner from CRC Industries is sprayed directly into the air intake system. This powerful cleaner hits the back of the intake valves at 150 times the concentration of premium fuel additives. Intake Valve Cleaner is proven to remove up to 23% of carbon build-up in the first hour of use. It works in all gas-powered engines, not just GDI. When using Intake Valve Cleaner from CRC, time consuming and costly engine teardown is no longer required to clean intake valves, especially on GDI engines where previously, engine teardown was the only option.
Apply GDI IVD Intake Valve Cleaner with the engine running and at operating temperature. The unique PermaStraw actuator locks into place, preventing the straw from being drawn into the air intake. Remove the air filter cover and locate the MAF sensor between the air box and throttle body. Have someone rev the engine to about 2000 rpms and, engage or lift the PermaStraw Dual-Action Spray System and insert past the MAF sensor. It’s very important that you do not spray the product in front of the MAF sensor. This could cause the system to throw a code.
You may need to disassemble the air intake to spray the product past the MAF sensor. Again, with the engine running at 2000 rpms, spray the product into the air intake behind the MAF sensor, spraying continuously in 30-second intervals until the can is empty. If necessary, accelerate slightly during the application to avoid stalling but don’t exceed 3500 rpms. When the can is empty, accelerate the engine 2 to 3 times but no higher than 3500 rpms. Run at idle for one minute and, then turn the engine off.
After application, reassemble the air intake system and let the engine “heat-soak” for an hour. Restart the engine and drive at highway speeds for about 10 minutes. Using CRC Intake Valve Cleaner will increase power and torque. It stabilizes rough idle and solves rough starting problems. It is highly effective for all gasoline engines and regular use will reduce emissions and improve fuel economy.
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CRC GUARANTEED TO PASS PRODUCT VIDEOIn the U.S., two-thirds of our states require mandatory emissions standards testing for passenger vehicles. Deposit build-up in the fuel system can cause increased emissions, reduced performance and contribute to poor fuel economy. CRC Guaranteed to Pass Emissions System Cleaner contains powerful detergent additives strong enough to remove harmful carbon and varnish deposits from the fuel system and emission control components in gas powered vehicles. CRC Guaranteed to Pass reduces CO, HC and Nitrogen Oxide emissions and is effective for both tailpipe exhaust analysis and more stringent OBD II plug-in, on-board diagnostics emissions testing methods. CRC Guaranteed to Pass also improves gas mileage to save you money at the pump. Add the entire bottle of CRC Guaranteed to Pass to your gas tank before filling up with fuel. This ensures the product is mixed well with the fuel. Fill your tank with gas. Drive your vehicle as usual until the tank is nearly empty. Refill with gasoline, and you’re ready to pass the state emissions test. CRC Guaranteed to Pass cleans the entire fuel system for easier starts, faster acceleration and noticeable improvements in power and performance. Don’t risk failing your emissions test. Plan ahead and avoid the hassle and added costs of a retest. Add CRC Guaranteed to Pass to at least one tank of fuel BEFORE your test. Guaranteed means guaranteed.
Pass your emissions test or get double your purchase price back from CRC.
Intake Valve Cleaning Volkswagen CRC GDI IVD® Intake Valve CleanerVolkswagen TSI & FSI Engines deliver increased power, performance and gas mileage. They are GDI or gasoline direct injection engines, they're great engines but then need a bit more periodic maintenance. Because of their design, they need treatment with CRC GDI IVD Intake Valve Cleaner every 10,000 miles. Here's why. In traditional port fuel injection or PFI engines, the gasoline washes over valves, cleaning them in the process. In GDI engines, gasoline is injected directly into the cylinder so it never comes in contact with the intake valves. Without that constant cleaning action, harmful carbon deposits build up on the valves. The result is reduced performance and loss of power. Chunks of carbon can even break off and cause damage to engines and other components. Some methods of removing the carbons involve costly labor intensive processes. CRC solves this problem easily and affordably with its GDI IVD Intake Valve Cleaner which safely dissolves the carbon deposits without requiring engine teardown. Use it before every oil change. Do it yourself or have it done by your local service center. The result will be better performance and longer engine life for your Volkswagen.
Intake Valve Cleaning MINI COOPER CRC GDI IVD Intake Valve CleanerMini Cooper Engines deliver increased power, performance and gas mileage. They are GDI or gasoline direct injection engines, they're great engines but then need a bit more periodic maintenance. Because of their design, they need treatment with CRC GDI IVD Intake Valve Cleaner every 10,000 miles. Here's why. In traditional port fuel injection or PFI engines, the gasoline washes over valves, cleaning them in the process. In GDI engines, gasoline is injected directly into the cylinder so it never comes in contact with the intake valves. Without that constant cleaning action, harmful carbon deposits build up on the valves. The result is reduced performance and loss of power. Chunks of carbon can even break off and cause damage to engines and other components. Some methods of removing the carbons involve costly labor intensive processes. CRC solves this problem easily and affordably with its GDI IVD Intake Valve Cleaner which safely dissolves the carbon deposits without requiring engine teardown. Use it before every oil change. Do it yourself or have it done by your local service center. The result will be better performance and longer engine life for your Mini Cooper .
Intake Valve Cleaning BMW CRC GDI IVD Intake Valve CleanerBMW Engines deliver increased power, performance and gas mileage. Most are GDI or gasoline direct injection engines, they're great engines but then need a bit more periodic maintenance. Because of their design, they need treatment with CRC GDI IVD Intake Valve Cleaner every 10,000 miles. Here's why. In traditional port fuel injection or PFI engines, the gasoline washes over valves, cleaning them in the process. In GDI engines, gasoline is injected directly into the cylinder so it never comes in contact with the intake valves. Without that constant cleaning action, harmful carbon deposits build up on the valves. The result is reduced performance and loss of power. Chunks of carbon can even break off and cause damage to engines and other components. Some methods of removing the carbons involve costly labor intensive processes. CRC solves this problem easily and affordably with its GDI IVD Intake Valve Cleaner which, safely dissolves the carbon deposits without requiring engine teardown. Use it before every oil change. Do it yourself or have it done by your local service center. The result will be better performance and longer engine life for your BMW.
CRC Mass Air Flow (MAF) Sensor Cleaner Instructional VideoMost fuel-injected vehicles are equipped with a mass air flow sensor, or “MAF” sensor to measure the amount and density of air entering the engine. This is information the computer uses to determine how much fuel to inject into the engine for combustion as air enters the cylinders. Ignition timing is also affected. The MAF sensor wire gets dirty with accumulated debris, oil, air filter fibers, dust and pollen. This can cause inaccurate readings and negatively affect the air to fuel ratio.
Signs of a dirty MAF sensor could be a check engine light. You may experience a loss of power, stalling, rough idle. Your engine may also be running rich and producing excess emissions. The original Mass Air Flow Sensor Cleaner from CRC Industries is a unique precision cleaner specifically developed to clean sensitive components in MAF sensors without damaging or degrading plastic or painted surfaces.
Use CRC Mass Air Flow Sensor Cleaner with the engine off. Always wear gloves and eye protection, and insert the straw into the nozzle before an application. Remove the air filter to gain access to the MAF sensor located between the air box and the throttle body. It is recommended that you remove the sensor for best cleaning, but it’s not absolutely necessary. Place a towel under the MAF to catch any run-off. Using the straw attachment, apply 10 to 15 short bursts of CRC Mass Air Flow Sensor Cleaner to the hotwire or the hot plate. Be careful not to let the straw, or anything else come in contact with hotwire. Keep the end of the straw 4 to 5 inches from the hotwire. Be sure to spray all sides of the MAF sensor and clean all wires and connectors. Reassemble the MAF and allow to dry thoroughly before restarting the engine.
Often, technicians will try to use throttle body, carburetor, or brake parts cleaners to clean sensitive MAF sensor components. However, these aggressive cleaners can be damaging to plastic, which most MAF sensors are housed in today. If the plastic degrades or warps, the MAF hotwire can shift and malfunction, resulting in expensive repairs. Use only the original Mass Air Flow Sensor Cleaner from CRC Industries to safely clean the delicate components of the sensor. Regular use will restore horsepower, reduce rough idle, decrease hesitation and pinging and improve gas mileage.
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