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Carbon buildup direct injection

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

Trouble viewing? Watch “Preventing and Fixing Carbon Issues for Direct Injection Engines ~ Episode 80” on YouTube.

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Today on the automotive podcast we chat about:

  • Moisture buildup on the bottom of oil caps
  • My thoughts on the 3.6 VR6
  • Cold start misfires
  • Harsh shifting in a DSG
  • Carbon buildup
  • Removing an engine
  • Keeping my beard clean at work
  • and more

Having trouble with the video? Watch “Viewer’s Questions ~ Podcast Episode 40” on YouTube.

As always I love to hear your thoughts. Please post them in the comments section below. Again, if you have a question for a show like this, email me Charles(at)humblemechanic(dot)com with Question for Charles in the subject. Also if you have an idea for a show you can email me, or use the contact me form!

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Carbon buildup direct injection

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

Thanks for tuning in to the automotive podcast. I am really excited about the response. If you have an idea for a show, contact me via email, or use the contact me form! Humble Mechanic automotive Podcast Don’t forget to follow me at: