Greenfield Indiana Auto Repair Service Shop

 

Jenkins Auto Repair Professionals

110 S. Harrison St. Greenfield, IN 46140

Behind Hardees off of US 40

Ph. 317-462-4455

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Business Hours

Mon - Fri: 8:00 am - 6:00 pm

Sat & Sun: closed

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Fuel Injection Service

 

Since you purchased your new vehicle, dirt, varnishes and carbon deposits have been forming on the fuel injectors, valves, combustion chamber, throttle housing and the air induction intake. These build ups can rob your vehicle of performance, and if left untreated, these build ups can lead to costly repairs.

Symptoms related to carbon build up are:

  • engine pinging

  • hesitation

  • poor acceleration

  • lack of power

  • hard starting and stalling 

  • rough idle

  • poor fuel economy

Our Fuel System Cleaning is a revolutionary new process that will clean your vehicle's fuel system and remove harmful carbon deposits. Our system uses a detergent that soaks into the carbon, and softens it, so while running through the process the deposits are passed through the exhaust. The solution will not damage your vehicle's sophisticated engine components.

After our Fuel System Cleaning cleans your engine, you will notice improved performance, acceleration and increased fuel economy.

The Automotive Maintenance and Repair Association recommends performing this service every 15,000 to 18,000 miles. Cleaning your vehicle's fuel system is the best way to keep it driving as it should.

Let one of our ASE certified technicians perform this service for you today.

 

 

How do you know when your fuel injector is bad?
A faulty fuel injector will usually result in the vehicle having a misfire on that specific cylinder. There are several ways to check if it is bad, one of them being to remove it and do a flow test on it. This requires hooking it up to a special machine that will simulate the conditions the fuel injector is under when it is installed in the vehicle.

Fuel Injection service

 

 

 

 

 

 

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