Clean Engines Run Better

Have Your Engine Cleaned From The Inside Out

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Since your car was new, dirt, varnishes and carbon deposits have been forming in your vehicles’ fuel system, on the intake valves and in the combustion areas. These contaminants can rob your vehicle of performance, feel economy, increase harmful emissions and could lead to costly engine repairs if left untreated.

When you drive, do you:

  • Notice a loss in acceleration or power?
  • Notice your engine hesitating, idling rough or stalling?
  • Get fewer miles of driving per gallon of gasoline?
  • Do you worry that you may not pass your next smog test?

When the engine is contaminated with carbon deposits, gum and varnish, your car’s ability to drive smoothly and cleanly is compromised. Traditional tune-ups can’t fix these problems. carbon1-249x300

What You Need Is a MotorVac Carbon Clean Service

The Automotive Maintenance and Repair Association (AMRA) recommends a fuel system cleaning once every 15,000 to 18,000 miles. Cleaning your car’s fuel system is the best way to keep it driving as it should. Performance Motor Work’s MotorVac CarbonClean Service is the most complete and effective fuel system cleaning service. injectors

The MotorVac system connects to your car’s engine and circulates a mixture of MotorVac solution and fuel through all fuel system components. This cleaning solution remoes carbon, gum and varnish from your engine – intake to exhaust.

A MotorVac CarbonClean Fuel System service:

  • Restores “new car” performance
  • Restores fuel economy and
  • Helps the environment by lowering your car’s emissions.

After the service, the fuel system – and your engine – will function more efficiently. fuelsystem-300x199

Treat your car to Performance Motor Works MotorVac CarbonClean Fuel System Service – improve performance, restore fuel economy and lower emissions. You’ll feel the difference. To learn more, ask one of our friendly technicians or our service manager to schedule an appointment.

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