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Cleaning the GDI Intake Valve and Injector Tips on the Honda Accord/Acura MDX GDI (With Video)

Hardlymoving writes about do-it-yourself automobile maintenance on various makes and models.

This article, via video, will show you how to perform a engine carbon cleaning procedure on GDI (Gasoline Direct Injection) engines. The process can also be used on port fuel injected engines as well.

GDI engines are becoming more commonplace in today's cars. GDI systems inject fuel directly into the combustion chamber and so provide better fuel burn, which results in improved fuel economy, power and smoother engine response. Unfortunately, as time passes and the miles build up, carbon will begin to accumulate inside the engine, which will eventually degrade performance. Various fuel system and engine cleaners include an ingredient called PEA that helps to remove these carbon deposits to get your engine running smoothly again.

Video: Cleaning Honda Accord/Acura MDX GDI Intake Valve & Injector Tips

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CRC & Gumout Cleaner with PEA next to Aerosol Container

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