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Many problems today with fuel efficiency, poor running and performance that are hard to resolve are usually down to fouling injectors. Take a look at the following link. Some may even find the cleaning service of use.

http://forums.t5d5.org/index.php?showtopic=2220


(Apologies to mods if this in the wrong place, Injectors are related to the vast majority of vehicles so I thought this may be the best plac e to put it)
 

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I see no problems here DSK:cool

Thanks for sharing this with us. I hope to have a good read when free:thumbsup
 

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Does anyone know of any injector cleaning services where you can drive in and have the work done the same day?
I just bought a bottle of Forte, still running it through the system but has anyone else used it and got good results?
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Most garages, can do this, however bear in mind, this is an unusual request for many.

The best thing to do is find a diagnostic/tuning specialist. They will do a better job. For what its worth, on my previous 325i sport, to have all 6 njectors stripped and cleaned cost about £110.

My local garage who maintain my 328i clean out my injectors every other year and fit with o-rings for a very small amount (about an extra £20 or so) when it goes in for routine servicing. This is a lower price for me though as I have used the garage regularly for the past 12 years!
 

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Youre probably better off getting a set from a breaker, getting them cleaned up then you can fit them at your leisure.
Then you can sell off the old ones (cleaned or not) too, to recoup some cash..:D
 

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Youre probably better off getting a set from a breaker, getting them cleaned up then you can fit them at your leisure.
Then you can sell off the old ones (cleaned or not) too, to recoup some cash..:D
or if it's a routine change, clean them up, put them on, and clean up the ones you take off for next timem you'll always have a spare clean set!
 
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