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Anyone had their 1.8t terracleaned

Discussion in 'A4/S4 forum(B5 Chassis)' started by steady jay, Sep 29, 2013.

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    As mine is sitting at 178k was thinking it would help a lot anyone had theirs done?
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    That's the stuff, contemplating whether or not it's worth it. Mines driving like a bucket of s*#t so I'm in a constant battle of will power to keep her going.
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    You scanned it yet mate? Can still do it for you if you want.
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    Not yet mate whenever you free give me a shout
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    iv seen ot done on my pals 18T passat
    was a free demo at his garage and he said it made a small improvement
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    Welcome to TerraClean

    i wouldnt trust anyone looking like that to clean windows let alone the internals of my car engine!

    Why would the fuel system be "carbonised"? and the marketing suggests it cleans the "fuel system", in my mind that is tank to injector. this does injector to exhaust.......

    DIY
    whip off a vacuum tube, get a pint of water (or seafoam if you want to get funky) allow the intake to suck up a SMALL amount of water with some decent revs

    watch the crud filled steam flying out the exhaust...tip: do not do this upwind of your neighbours driveway!
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