Nissan Fuel Induction Service Tampa FL

What will my Fuel Induction Service include when I visit your Nissan dealership?

Since there are varied components that tie into keeping your fuel injection system, there are vairous items that may be needed for your service. Some vehicles may just need it cleaned, while others may need throttle bodies replaced. Depending on the results of the multi-point inspection, your vehicle's service may include:

  • Inspection of intake manifold and runners
  • Inspection of fuel induction system for carbon buildup
  • Inspection of intake valves and combustion chambers
  • Inspection of throttle body and throttle plate

Commonly Asked Questions About Fuel Induction Systems

How Should Fuel Induction Systems Work?

To keep it simple, fuel induction systems should pour gasoline into your combustion chamber calculated to the amount of air entering the engine for optimal performance and fuel efficiency.

Do I have to have my fuel induction system cleaned?

Yes, you do have to clean your fuel induction system at some point in your vehicle's life. If you are unsure if your fuel induction system has reached the end of its life, we recommend you schedule a complimentary multi point inspection to determine the health of your fuel induction system.

How often does a fuel induction need to be serviced?

In most cases, a fuel induction system will last at least 50,000 miles and may last up to 100,000 miles depending on the vehicle. Fuel induction systems will last as lengthy as the carbon build up is not too severe to be cleaned.

How do I know when I Need Fuel Induction Service? 

There are several signs and symptoms that will clue you in on the need for a fuel induction service. Schedule your appointment with Courtesy Nissan of Tampa if you experience any of the following:

  • Rough idle or stalling
  • Decreasing engine power output
  • More than 60,000 miles without fuel Induction service
  • Failing emission standards
  • Poor fuel economy