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Your engine needs fuel to operate. This fuel is sent to the engine via the fuel injector, which converts the liquid gas into a spray that is easily combustible for the engine. The fuel injector can accumulate contaminants, which can lower the efficiency of the system and the engine. A fuel injector flush can clean out these contaminants and get your fuel injector working like new.
Your fuel system should always be thoroughly inspected during routine maintenance and servicing. When your oil is changed, a mechanic will check your fuel injector and let you know if it’s time to have your system flushed.
When you fill up your car with gas, that gas goes in the gas tank. In order for the car to use the gas, however, it needs to get to the engine. That’s where the fuel injector comes in. The fuel pump pulls the gas from the tank and into the fuel injector, where it is converted from a liquid (which is hard to combust) into a spray (which is easy to combust). The fuel injector then sends this spray into the engine, where it used as fuel to keep the car running. When your fuel injector is dirty or contaminated, it is unable to do its job as well, and it will not be as consistent in delivering the engine fuel. It may also introduce harmful contaminants into the engine.