Motor care

Asked by Apr 03, 2018 at 12:15 PM about the 1995 Toyota Celica

Question type: General

Is it wise to use that spray bottle trick with water in
the intake to blow out carbon build up in fuel injected
motors

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With today's computer controlled engines carbon build up is a thing of the past. Even your 1995 model maintains a strict 14 to 1 air/fuel mixture. Unless you've been running rich for awhile I wouldn't worry about trying to clean any carbon build up from the engine. I'm sure there's none to clean. HTH. - Jim

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