Injectors Dirty

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Old 04-20-06, 07:23 AM
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Angry Injectors Dirty

I had this going on for awhile, the car guy said to put a can of
sea foam in the gas tank when i fill it up. After 6 tanks, and 6 cans
of sea foam, and 700+ miles it's better but still hesitates when i'm
driveing, once i put the pedal to the metal and it blew out black stuff(carbon). The car guy said thats what i need, i seldom take it on the freeway or even use it. It will cost about $1000 to replace all six,
with new injectors, thats a lot of cash for me, i did a search on
this site and read about a place thats cleans them an takes off the
carbon, but now i can't find it. I think cleaning the old ones will be cheaper, then buying new ones. Help
 
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Old 04-20-06, 12:31 PM
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what type of car is it?
 
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Old 04-20-06, 08:14 PM
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Injectures Dirty

1994 Grand Am 3.1. V6, after further checking i found what i was
looking for on this site. If i could figure out how to take them of,
i would send them out to be cleaned. But i found a place in town
that would use a motor-vac, for $139.
 
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I think you need to get a second opinion dont think cleaning the injectors is going to help your problem or even replacing them.
 
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