That’s why our ASE-certified technicians are answering one regular question we hear regarding the fuel system.
Question: My car seems to use more gas now than it did a couple months ago. Is there anything I can do to fix it?
Answer: Schedule a fuel system cleaning
A loss in fuel efficiency is unfortunate, but we’re here to help! All your vehicle may need is a good fuel system cleaning at our auto repair shop in North Richland Hills, TX.
As you drive, dirt and particles are kicked up off the road and into the vehicle. Once these pieces of debris work their way into the car, they can be very damaging. That’s why the cabin and the engine both have filters (on most vehicles).
The filters around the fuel tank are meant to keep contaminants out. However, these filters should be routinely replaced in order to stay effective. When dirt and debris get into the system, they dirty the fuel, clog the injectors and even clog the air intake. This is how cars become less efficient. So, be sure to get those filters replaced!
A complete fuel system cleaning should be performed on your vehicle every 15,000 miles, or whenever the manufacturer dictates. You can find this information in your owner’s manual.
The specialists at Christian Brothers Automotive Rufe Snow thoroughly check the fuel injectors and the air intake to make sure there are no obstructions and everything is clean. This could have a huge impact on your car or truck’s performance and fuel efficiency. You could even save money at the gas station!
The Nice Difference in North Richland Hills fuel system service
If you’re worried about the efficiency of your fuel system, call our automotive shop for a fuel system inspection. At our car repair shop, every fuel system service comes with a complimentary courtesy inspection and our 2-year/24,000-mile Nice Difference Warranty.
Our technicians are ready to lend a helping hand. We take pride in giving our customers the best experience possible! To schedule a fuel system cleaning or inspection, call Christian Brothers Automotive Rufe Snow in North Richland Hills, Texas today.