When a proper maintenance schedule is followed, cars today can easily reach 200,000 miles. It’s when routine maintenance is not done that problems occur. An item of maintenance that many people don’t think about is cleaning the carbon build-up from the engine.
Carbon build-up looks like a thin layer of black soot, and is a naturally occurring by-product of a combustion engine and is especially prevalent in direct injection systems. This build-up can result in stalling, lack of power... read more