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12-oz Chevron Techron Fuel System Cleaner

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AutoZone has 12-oz Chevron Techron Fuel System Cleaner on sale at 2 for $9.99 when you follow the instructions below. Select free store pick up where available otherwise shipping is $6.99 or free on $35+ orders.

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  • Note: Availability for pickup may vary by location.
Deal Instructions:
  1. Click here to visit the product page.
  2. Scroll down and click the 'See Available Deals' link (located below the listed price).
  3. Click 'Get Deal', select store pickup or shipping, then click 'Confirm' and 'Add to Cart'
  4. A Buy 1, Get 1 Free discount will be applied automatically during checkout.
  5. Your price will be 2 for $9.99 with free store pickup.
About this Item:
  • Exclusive formula designed to clean the entire fuel system (fuel injectors, intake valves and combustion chambers) in one tankful.
  • Cleans harmful deposits from fuel injectors, intake valves, combustion chambers and carburetors.
  • Restores lost power and performance.
  • Relieve cold start problems.
  • Minimize harmful exhaust emissions

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    • Offer expires December 26, 2022 or while supplies last.
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Chevron fuel system cleaner 12 oz - 2 for $10 at autozone when you save deal from product page.

Need to click "see available deals" link and click "get deal" button

https://www.autozone.com/fuel-and.../27795_0_0
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Time kills oil just as effectively as mileage. I change mine religiously every 6 months/5000 miles, whichever comes first. Oil is cheap, engines aren't. YMMV.
Lots of ways to triple dip this deal with rebate sites, auto zone rewards and digital wallet payments. Mine was free shipping for 8, used my $20 auto zone rewards, 2% rebate and 5% DC for digital wallet. Basically ~$2.37 apiece.
Chrisfix has this tested, almost no effect in cleaning lol

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$35 min for free shipping, otherwise $6.99 shipping for me
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Lots of ways to triple dip this deal with rebate sites, auto zone rewards and digital wallet payments. Mine was free shipping for 8, used my $20 auto zone rewards, 2% rebate and 5% DC for digital wallet. Basically ~$2.37 apiece.
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What's the difference between this and the Techron Fuel Injector Cleaner (https://www.autozone.com/fuel-and...6069_0_0)?

My service advisor recommended the latter.
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Fuel system cleaner has a higher amount of PEA in it.
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I can't find the deal. Can someone help?
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Maybe related to this, how often do you guys do oil change if you don't drive much at all (less than 50 miles weekly)?
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Maybe related to this, how often do you guys do oil change if you don't drive much at all (less than 50 miles weekly)?
Every 24 months, if the vehicle has a turbo I would do sooner. Also depends on your climate. If you live in a very humid place wouldn't go that long either.
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Every 24 months, if the vehicle has a turbo I would do sooner. Also depends on your climate. If you live in a very humid place wouldn't go that long either.
You mean this cleaner or oil change? Cause 24 months for oil change is a bit much, right? What will happen to the engine oil staying in that long?
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Quote from TekkenLord :
Maybe related to this, how often do you guys do oil change if you don't drive much at all (less than 50 miles weekly)?
Time kills oil just as effectively as mileage. I change mine religiously every 6 months/5000 miles, whichever comes first. Oil is cheap, engines aren't. YMMV.
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Quote from randonomous :
Time kills oil just as effectively as mileage. I change mine religiously every 6 months/5000 miles, whichever comes first. Oil is cheap, engines aren't. YMMV.
If you only put 2-3 thousands miles within 6 months, will you still change? My local car shops used to charge $20-30 per change. They are all now $50 or more with coupon.
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Quote from TekkenLord :
Maybe related to this, how often do you guys do oil change if you don't drive much at all (less than 50 miles weekly)?
3 months if reg oil, 5 months if synthetic blend, 10 months full synthetic
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Quote from TekkenLord :
Maybe related to this, how often do you guys do oil change if you don't drive much at all (less than 50 miles weekly)?
We have an "extra" car that gets used once a month at most; probably under 1000 miles a year. It gets drygas spring and fall, a dose of fuel stabilizer if it's going to sit for a while, and I get the oil changed annually. Moisture destroys everything, so keeping everything fresh and dry will (hopefully) preserve it for when it gets more regular use.
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If you only put 2-3 thousands miles within 6 months, will you still change? My local car shops used to charge $20-30 per change. They are all now $50 or more with coupon.
Yes I change it anyway. The engines in my cars are incredibly expensive so a $150/car oil change is cheap insurance for me. I do my own oil changes fwiw so $150 is approximately my all-in cost for 8 quarts of oil plus filter and supplies.
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