Helps clean and protect your fuel system. We offer a full range of Valvoline services for fuel systems and professional services to increase fuel economy, handling and performance.
Fuel Injection System
Instantly cleans harmful deposits out of the fuel system.
Effectively removes even the most stubborn deposits from the engine and extends the life of the EGR valve, which could be costly to replace. The exhaust gas recirculation (EGR) and ducts may become clogged over time with heavy carbon and reduce fuel efficiency and engine performance.
If left untreated, the EGR may require more than one treatment, or even complete replacement which can cost up to $1,600.
Top Engine / Fuel/Air Induction System
A three-step process that removes deposits from the entire fuel/air supply system and restores power and performance while allowing fuel economy. Fuel system deposits reduce fuel efficiency. The deposits are a by-product of the internal combustion engine and should be cleaned out on a regular basis.
Through a 3-step process, the added fuel completely removes fuel/air system deposits, including: fuel injectors, intake valves and combustion chambers, throttle body and the entire air induction system.
This helps to:
- restore power and generate maximum performance.
- eliminate uneven slowdown and shock.
- reduce emissions caused by deposits.
- restore engine efficiency and fuel economy.
Diesel Injection System
This service helps to restore fuel economy, power and overall handling. Even minor disturbances of the fuel injection jet can cause a significant decrease in fuel economy and efficiency. Diesel fuel injectors are more prone to the accumulation of deposits due to high temperatures directly on the combustion chamber. Replacing a clogged injector can cost over $1,000.
The “Diesel Fuel Rail” service dissolves and removes deposits, gums and varnishes from the diesel fuel system completely. It also helps protect against hard starting and helps avoid uneven slowdown, while reducing harmful emissions and black smoke. All VPS Diesel products have ultra low sulfur (less than 15 ppm sulfur) and comply with current EPA diesel specifications.