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Old 07-20-2007, 07:56 PM   #1
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I was walking around the dealership and saw the service board. saw "Fuel Injector Service" for $95 and I was wondering what they do to service it....
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They take your money, and you don't get much in return. That'* what it is.

They clean your injectors. They may or may not remove them, depending on how they do it. Dump some seafoam in your tank once a year for cheaper. have your injectors professionally serviced when you know you have a problem.
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They take your money, and you don't get much in return. That'* what it is.
What, you don't LIKE being charged $95 for some teenager to pour a $1.95 bottle of STP into your tank?
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oohhh thanks for the heads up


So Put a whole can of seafoam on a full tank of gas? will do just as good as the $95 service at the dealer?
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Read the instructions on the can. Frankly, you probably don't need even that, but once a year won't hurt.
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Read the instructions on the can. Frankly, you probably don't need even that, but once a year won't hurt.
Ok thanks for saving me $$$



"stashes more into car repair fund"
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