Preventing and Fixing Carbon Issues for Direct Injection Engines ~ Episode 80
Happy Friday everyone. Today I am back in the Passat with another automotive podcast. I get asked about carbon buildup on direct injection engines all the time. Generally they are asking about the newer VW engines the TSI. That would be engine codes CCTA and CBFA. These direct injection engines are developing issues with carbon on the back of the intake valves. This is not just a VW problem. This is an issue with most direct injection engines.
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Join me today as we chat about:
- Why these engines have carbon build up
- Theories from BG products
- PCV systems
- Oil service lengths
- How to prevent carbon buildup
- The “Italian TuneUp”
- How to fix carbon buildup
- VW recommended fuel treatment
- and more
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