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What's happening?

Engineers are well aware that current internal combustion engines do not have fundamental differences from their ancestors - all the same pistons, cylinders, pipelines and dampers. From this point of view, Vesta and Emka are arranged almost identically.

As a result of engine operation on throttle valves, idle control valves, intake pipe length control valves, pistons, rings, crankcase ventilation valves, intake duct temperature sensors, carbon deposits, carbon deposits, oil and other contaminants appear …

It’s not very important what kind of car you have, carburetor or with injection: until the car has completely got rid of mechanical units, and pollutants of all stripes have not gone down in history, you still have to clean the drives, components and dampers.

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Why do it?

For modern drugs, the type of engines does not matter: they remove pollution from both carburetor and injection ICEs, both from gasoline and diesel engines. At the same time, starting the engine is facilitated as a result, the former stability of the minimum idle speed is restored, the efficiency indicators are improved, and the environmental friendliness of the car comes back to normal.

The cleaner can be used both on disassembled motors, and in the process of their maintenance, without resorting to the help of any tool or, especially, a service center. The maximum effect is achieved when the nodes are disassembled, but the decision is always left to the car owner.

What are we using?

As a rule, car mechanics resort to the so-called carburetor cleaners, which are suitable for cleaning carburetors, which have recently been found less and less on the vast expanses of our vast, and for cleaning the throttle of injection engines.

Your car has a carburetor

How to rinse it without dismantling? It is necessary to remove the cover of the air filter housing and start the engine. We direct the jet of cleaner into the carburetor diffusers and at the same time we slightly open the throttle valve, preventing the engine from stalling. After all, the mixture is greatly re-enriched: additional air is required. It is also necessary to feed the cleaner into the hole from which the main air jets take air. It is usually located between the air inlets in the first and second mixing chamber of the carburetor. Cleaning must be carried out until the black deposits on the walls of both mixing chambers are completely removed.

It is better to clean the carburetor by dismantling and disassembling it. At the same time, the air and fuel channels of the idle system can be shed with a cleaner. Remove deposits from the float chamber, you can also only disassemble the carburetor. The accelerator pump and its nozzles, the main metering systems are also washed only after the assembly is disassembled.

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Your car has an injection system

A throttle motor assembly with a fuel injection system is simpler in design and therefore flushing without dismantling usually gives better results. The procedure is similar to flushing the carburetor feed system. We spray the cleaner into the opening of the throttle assembly, having previously disconnected the rubber inlet connecting the air supply.

The idle speed regulator should be flushed out after dismantling. In this case, it is possible and as follows to flush its channels in the throttle branch pipe.

Carburetor Cleaners - What Should They Be?

The cleaner must remove any dirt from both the outer and inner surfaces of the carburetor. External contaminants interfere with the operation of numerous lever-spring mechanisms responsible for moving the drive of the second chamber, accelerator pump, air chambers for opening the air damper and the like. Typically, lubrication is not applied to such units, and therefore they just need to be dry and clean.

Inside the carburetor is a multitude of chambers and channels, as well as mixing chambers. The crankcase ventilation system, which is connected to the carburetor, carries a whole bunch of resins, soot, soot and microscopic particles of oil through the air stream. And now all these pollutants fall into almost all the cavities and channels of the carburetor. Clogged nozzles (air and fuel), as well as emulsion tubes. All this distorts the standard calibration of dosing systems and leads to deterioration of the engine.

In short, the carburetor cleaner must remove all possible contaminants from the inside and outside surfaces of the carburetors and throttle assemblies. At the same time, it is highly desirable that the smell from such a cleaner is not very strong and does not “knock down” the performer. After all, work is often carried out indoors.

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