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Hi, i know from experience and expert advice that any fuel system cleaning additive for petrol cars does make them run smoother and more efficiently, but they also strip out essensial oil and lubrication in the process which is essensial for fuel pump, injector and valve health.... in the long run regular use, will eventually cause tappets to get very rattly and injectors to become inefficient, ruining mpg and even failing.The only Diesel engine fuel cleaner I recommend is BG244k - use it once a year and you'll keep your injectors clean and engine in top condition.
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I had the full intake clean done on mine and it runs more smoothly, I've lost the lumpy intermittent idle on my 2.0 TDI A3 BKD engine and it pulls better through the rev range.
ok thanks for the advice mate, will pick some up then. ps shell vpower is only 97 ron, but tesco petrol stations (not esso) sell higher octane fuel that is 99 ron, so much better and cheaper than shell v power, you will notice even better throttle response over shell v power too. thats all i used to run my car onThat is the difference between cheap additives and proper research backed ones.
All fuels contain additives anyway, these BG products add a stronger mix and all work well.
Most additives only require a tank treatment every year or so and I can't see much harm happening during this period. Do a full service and oil change just after to rinse out all the gunk, acids and accumulated contaminants if you are worried.
The BG244 worked well in my car, made a noticeable difference to the smooth running of the engine and I've had no ill effects since. I did do an oil change just after though as the oil was black.
I do try to use Shell fuel as much as possible, this works very well for me and the car runs nicely on it. VPower gets put in for spirited weekend drives and a bit of fun.