Air Intake and Carburettor Cleaner

(& Throttle Valve Cleaner) Aerosol

Wynn's Air Intake & Carburettor Cleaner is a cleaning product in aerosol to eliminate dirt and deposits in the air intake manifold, on the throttle valve and on the visible carburettor parts.

  • Strong solvent dissolves and removes dirt very fast.
  • Strong power jet spray to support cleaning action.
  • Cleans carburettor and air intake system without disassembly.
  • Dissolves gum, lacquer and deposits.

Applications

In the air intake system of injection and carburettor petrol engines.
On visible carburettor parts (air passages, adjusting screws, venturi, outside parts).
On throttle valve and choke.
On the positive crankcase ventilation valve.

Directions

For carburettor: For cleaning the visible parts : Remove the air filter. Start the engine and let it warm up. Put choke in open position. With warm engine, spray the product into the air intake manifold on the dirty parts. Spray with intervals. If necessary accelerate to avoid engine stalling because of enrichment of the mixture. Continue until all parts are clean.
Air intake manifold / throttle valve: Remove the air filter, warm up engine, put choke in open position. With warm engine, spray into the air intake manifold with intervals. Spray on the throttle valve. Accelerate if necessary to avoid engine stalling. In case of injection systems with an air flow valve, open the valve by hand if necessary.
Automatic choke: Remove the air cleaner. With engine off, spray both ends of choke valve while opening and closing manually.
P.C.V. (Positive Crankcase Ventilation): Disconnect the crankcase side of the P.C.V. Insert extension tube into open end of valve and spray while moving valve back and forth. Start engine, spray into valve several times to flush out completely.

Packaging

PN 54179 – 12x500 ml aerosol – EN/FR/DE/PL/IT/RU/EL/NL

Features

Professional

Both modern cars and older vehicles have specific requirements, that have a chemical solution to provide the optimal engine performance and driving comfort. Modern fuel systems are highly tuned and therefore more susceptible to the negative effects of chemical reactions in the fuel. These lead to fouling of the fuel system, lack of lubrication, corrosion and other problems. Older vehicles experience problems to obtain the correct air/fuel ratio and combustion efficiency due to accumulation of deposits in the fuel system and wear on the components.

Petrol