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Chevron Techron Complete Fuel System Cleaner 20oz $8

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TECHRON Concentrate Plus Fuel System Cleaner, is unsurpassed in cleaning the entire fuel system (fuel injectors, intake valves and combustion chambers) in one tankful. Its use can maximize fuel economy and restore lost power, performance and acceleration.

Product Features:
Cleans, restores, protects the entire fuel system (fuel injectors, carburetors, intake valves and combustion chambers)
Automobiles and trucks use every 3,000 miles or at your next oil change.
Restores: lost power, acceleration, lost fuel economy, and operation of the fuel gauge sensor
Reduces: rough idle, engine surge, hesitation, and spark plus fouling
Improves: cold start performance, and fuel stability for up to one year
SPECIFICATIONS
Number of Gallons Treated:20 gal
Octane Booster:No
Oxygen Sensor Safe:Yes
Volume:20

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Is this stuff good? And is it compatible with a 2004 Honda Pilot?
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Is this the same "techron" fuel injector cleaner treatment that the stealership recommends when doing a 45K or 60K mile service that they charge $30-$35 for?
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Can i use this on a 06 infiniti SUV.?? And Does this work??
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Is this stuff good? And is it compatible with a 2004 Honda Pilot?
Is it good? Not really. Okay is the strongest word I'd use for it. Use fuel from a quality company and this is pointless, as those fuels also contain detergents. Also, you can use a borescope camera to inspect your valves for build-up, because that's the main concern. Yes, it will work for a 2004 Pilot.
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Can i use this on a 06 infiniti truck.?? And Does this work??
Yes you can, and does technically work in that it will remove deposits, but whether that will actually do anything for you is another story. Most likely, unless you have major deposits of carbon from running substandard fuel or not changing your spark plugs, you're not going to notice any difference. Some people might argue differently, but most of them only have anecdotal evidence and don't even understand the basics of how an engine works.
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Is this stuff good? And is it compatible with a 2004 Honda Pilot?
Good for what purpose?
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Can i use this on a 06 infiniti truck.?? And Does this work??
I have yet to see a controlled experiment where someone gums up the fuel system and then successfully cleans it out using this product.
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All gas has these fuel treatments in the gas already. They have all sorts of buzz words. Like Costco Top Tier Gas I use that because it has all the fuel treatments in the gas already. Once I started to use Honda 0W Oil gas mileage increase in my Honda. How would you compare this fuel treatment than those sold at the Dollar Dreams for $1. Of course I wouldn't trust those either. Try to stick with better gas with treatment in their already than those without such treatment, but last word on this subject was all the gas out there has some sort of gas treatment in there for our cars.
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Is this stuff good? And is it compatible with a 2004 Honda Pilot?
For the price it would be the best. Aside from getting BG44 which can run $20-$25.
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Is it good? Not really. Okay is the strongest word I'd use for it. Use fuel from a quality company and this is pointless, as those fuels also contain detergents. Also, you can use a borescope camera to inspect your valves for build-up, because that's the main concern. Yes, it will work for a 2004 Pilot.

Yes you can, and does technically work in that it will remove deposits, but whether that will actually do anything for you is another story. Most likely, unless you have major deposits of carbon from running substandard fuel or not changing your spark plugs, you're not going to notice any difference. Some people might argue differently, but most of them only have anecdotal evidence and don't even understand the basics of how an engine works.
With direct injection in modern vehicles, there's going to be lots of carbon buildup on top of the intake valves as no fuel (solvent) flows over them to clean them off. The question is, is this better than seafoam or marvel mystery oil?

I don't know why more manufacturers don't use both port and direct injection. It's really the best of both worlds, gaining power, fuel efficiency and maintaining the longevity of the intake valves.
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The problem here is infiniti never made a truck...
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I use Marvel Mystery Oil on all my cars and yard equipmen(gas and oil).32oz for less than $4
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Years ago... like 25 years ago or so Motor Trend tested EFI cleaners on fouled injectors and they said this was the only cleaner that did a good job. I had ripped the article page out to keep it but I haven't seen it around in some time now.
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With direct injection in modern vehicles, there's going to be lots of carbon buildup on top of the intake valves as no fuel (solvent) flows over them to clean them off. The question is, is this better than seafoam or marvel mystery oil?

I don't know why more manufacturers don't use both port and direct injection. It's really the best of both worlds, gaining power, fuel efficiency and maintaining the longevity of the intake valves.
With direct injection this detergent will also not flow over the valves, it will be injected into the cylinder
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