Some people are suspicious of engine cleaning products, especially when it comes to the fuel system. There are so many products available in the automotive aisle of auto parts stores that it can be hard to know if a fuel injector cleaner is worth it. At Rislone, we have spent nearly a century perfecting our Fuel System Treatment products, so we know what they’re capable of:
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Diesel fuel systems use extremely high-pressure fuel to inject a fine spray of diesel fuel into the engine. Even a small amount of contamination and buildup can cause your diesel injectors to malfunction. We know, we talk to customers about it regularly.
Thankfully, there’s a fast and easy solution: Rislone’s Diesel Fuel System Treatment. Our proven formulation can dissolve gunk and buildup and get your injectors working properly again without the need for a costly visit to a mechanic or dealership.
The fuel injectors on your car are components that use an electrical signal to deliver a precise amount of fuel into your engine. As they get older or dirty, they can start to malfunction. While a mechanic can perform a test to determine if your fuel injectors are working properly, this can be a costly service.
Thankfully, there is another way.
The fuel injectors in your vehicle are designed to deliver a precise amount of fuel in a specific pattern. As carbon deposits form in your fuel system, your fuel injectors can start to clog, affecting:
Modern fuels can introduce a mix of contaminants and compounds to your engine that affect your performance, efficiency and drivability. If your vehicle is suffering from any of these problems, there is an easy fix. Fuel system additives from Rislone’s labs can clean your fuel system and improve how your vehicle runs. Our advanced formulations are suitable for all makes and models, including gas and diesel vehicles.