What exactly IS fuel induction service? Does anyone recommend it? Is it another name for fuel injector cleaning? My service adviser at the dealership never brings it up, but I can see it on their price list for $177.
Basically injection cleaning plus spraying crap on the TB and maybe some through the brake booster lines. Do yourself a favor and look up how to do the seafoam treatment. Will cost you under $20 if you buy 2 cans, and you'll likely see BETTER results. Oh, and you'll save over $157.
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