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Symptoms of a Bad Fuel Injector

Diagnosing engine problems yourself can be difficult, especially since many problems such as poor engine power, increased fuel consumption and higher emissions can have many causes. In some cases, however, a dirty or faulty fuel injector is to blame. (We know, we talk to customers with this issue every week.)

Modern cars use high-pressure fuel injectors that spray a fine mist of fuel for improved combustion. Even a small amount of carbon buildup or gunk in the injector nozzle can affect this spray and cause engine misfires, pre-ignition and other drivability issues. There are a few ways to diagnose a bad fuel injector that you can try at home, though, before you go to the hassle and expense of visiting a mechanic.

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How Much Does a Fuel Injector Replacement Cost?

If you suspect you have a faulty fuel injector, you want to know how much it will cost to have it replaced. While the price varies for every vehicle, the bad news is that in all cases, it’s expensive.

New fuel injectors range from several hundred dollars for basic vehicles up to over $1,000 for high-end vehicles and performance vehicles that require high fuel delivery rates. Some garages will remove, disassemble and clean your injectors, but the shop time can quickly add up as well, with most bills totaling over $500.

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How to Use an Injector Cleaner for a Vehicle

Few automotive fixes are as easy as using fuel injector cleaner! In most cases, all it takes is one bottle of Rislone Fuel System Treatment to remove buildup and deposits from your injectors and get them running right.

You will notice an improvement in performance, power, fuel economy and emissions right away and can help avoid further buildup and fuel injector problems by using a bottle every 3,000-5,000 miles. It really is that easy to clean your fuel injectors.

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Is It Dangerous to Drive With a Faulty Fuel Injector?

While fuel injector problems usually give warning, driving your vehicle for a long time with a clogged or faulty fuel injector can cause problems. At Rislone, we always advise customers to closely monitor how their engine is performing as a guide to determine if something might be wrong with their fuel system. Things such as:

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Should I Repair My Fuel Injector or Get It Replaced?

If you are having fuel injector problems, there can be multiple reasons. While your first reaction may be to take your car in for service, there are a few things you can do to determine if your fuel injector is malfunctioning or simply dirty. This obviously saves you time and money if you can DIY and not have to involve a shop or dealership.

Save yourself a hassle by checking a few points at home. In many cases, a simple application of Rislone Fuel System Treatment can cure your fuel injector problems and keep you on the road at little cost.

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