Engine Decarbonizing

               When it comes to car maintenance and repairs, the question is always whether or not service is required. While there are some minor car repairs and maintenance that don’t have to be done on the exact date recommended, removing carbon deposits from your engine is not one of them. When you don’t decarbonize your engine, many costly and even potentially dangerous problems can occur and it will also lead to.

Mileage loss

         When your engine is not performing as it should, you burn more fuel than if the engine had the carbon deposits removed. This is a result of the exhaust sensor failing; the lines begin to clog up and performance and stamina begin to drop. As a result, your engine needs to exert more energy to run normally. Without decarbonizing your engine, it’s working harder than it needs to be which burns up fuel more quickly.

Power loss

         Power loss is one of the very first signs which indicates  engine carbon cleaning is needed for your engine. Carbon build-up makes it difficult for your engine to run properly, as everything slowly gets blocked up inside the combustion chamber. This can then lead to many additional problems…

Engine Starting trouble

          Without decarbonizing your engine, the combustion chamber starts seeing a buildup of carbon deposits which interrupts the valves from closing. This can lead to hot spots forming in the engine which can damage preignition. And while spark plugs can be a minor fix, this issue can lead to a sharp rise in combustion pressure that can result in costly repairs. This can result for starting trouble.

Increase In Emission

            One of the main reason fir emission is carbon deposits in combustion chamber and  EGR (Exhaust gas recirculation) system.

The EGR is one of the most important components in any automobile engine to reduce emissions. It works by rerouting some of the exhaust gases coming from the engine back into the combustion chambers of the engine. This will help to reduce the temperatures within the combustion chambers.

When the air/fuel mixture burnt in an engine at a very high temperature, gases such as nitrous oxide tend to be produced. By reducing the combustion temperatures through the use of the EGR valve, production of nitrous oxide is reduced dramatically without having impact on the efficiency of the vehicle . Finally, the presence of the EGR makes your vehicle more environmentally friendly.

If EGR valve is stuck open, it means that all the exhaust will be rerouted to the combustion chamber, which means that there will be little oxygen which is what is needed for the combustion. Not only that  it will also causes a vacuum leak in the engine which will lead to hesitation when you try to accelerate.

If EGR valve that is stuck closed: there will be an increase in the quantity of nitrous oxide gas in the cylinders, and this will lead to engine knocking.

So think smart ……

Save your cash…..

Protect our Environment ….