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All in One Fuel System Cleaner + Ethanol Treatment

Engine performance is affected by everything from carbon deposits and corrosion to heat and friction. Gumout® All-In-One® Complete Fuel System Cleaner uses P.E.A. (polyetheramine) to effectively remove carbon deposits other products can't for improved perf ......

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What it Does

  • Cleans
    Cleans

    GDI/direct and port/indirect fuel injectors, intake valves and ports, piston tops, cylinder heads, combustion chamber

  • Prevents
    Prevents

    Future carbon buildup

  • Best for
    Best for

    Improved performance Fuel economy in one fill-up Reduced emissions

Information

Size US Item # CAN Item # SDS Doc
10oz 800001366 30001 |US |CAN EN |CAN FR
12oz 510104 |US
WARNING

This product can expose you to chemicals including Naphthalene, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.

Directions

  • 800001366 - 10oz
    • Add entire bottle to nearly empty gasoline tank at time of oil change.
    • Refill tank with 18 to 35 gallons of gasoline.
    • Do not refill tank until near empty.
    • Repeat every 3,000 miles at time of oil change.

    Oxygen sensor safe. Safe for use in turbocharged and supercharged vehicles. Will not void OEM/manufacturer’s warranty.

  • 510104 - 12oz
    • Add entire bottle to nearly empty gasoline tank, ideally at time of oil change.
    • Refill tank with up to 25 gallons of gasoline.
    • For best results, do not refill tank until near empty.
    • Repeat every 3,000 miles.

    The product will not harm catalytic converters or oxygen sensors. Can be used with all unleaded, oxygenated, and reformulated gasolines. Safe to use with other Gumout® fuel additives

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