What causes carbon deposits to build-up in engines??
Engines accumulate carbon deposits primarily due to engines designed to cope with ever important anti-pollution regulations requirements, imposed speed limits, fuel quality and driving at low speeds to save on fuel.
Symptoms manifest in the form of saturated components such as intake valves, DPF filters, EGR valves, and clogged turbochargers.
For many the old ‘Italian tune-up” trick (a regular quick blast down an open road at high rpms) would would be sufficient in keeping the carbon bugs at bay. This helped simply because high engine speeds equal hot engine temperatures, which effectively self-cleaned the engine. However, due to engines designs being restricted for lower emissions the carbon build up issue is now far worse than it previously was and today’s crop of engines don’t respond very well to the technique. In fact even if they did it’s no longer safe or legal to drive in such a manner in modern traffic conditions…
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