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    Default Is it possible to replace santro's fuel lines?

    I want to ask if someone has replace santro fuel lines. as i m facing missing on patrol and got this idea as everything else has been done and no progress.
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    You can replace them at cost of Rs. 1800 each (prices ex Hyundai township motors) but you don't have to unless these are badly damaged. You can get them cleaned using air pressure.

    If you are running the car most of the time on CNG then missing on petrol for first few km is common. Use the car on petrol more frequently, thats what helped me overcome the same problem in my Santro.

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    Have you got your fuel injectors checked?
    People say I'm RUDE, You Know what, I AGREE!!!!!!!!!!!

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    fuel injectors not checked yet...
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    Quote Originally Posted by m_kaisar View Post
    fuel injectors not checked yet...
    Get them checked.
    People say I'm RUDE, You Know what, I AGREE!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Most of us know how the injectors get clogged. Its nothing but the fuel that we use which causes clogging. Every time we turn off our car's engine, last drop of petrol dries on the nozzle of the injector and leaves behind deposits. These deposits become firm with the heat of the chamber. The more we drive our car, more deposits accumulate. Gradually it starts to restrict the flow of petrol from the tiny hole on the nozzle and the injector starts to lose its efficiency. This causes the engine to lean misfire and hesitate on different rpm, power and pickup is lost, the car becomes uneconomical on petrol, unburnt fuel can be noticed in the emission and worst of all the wear of engine becomes faster. Only 8% to 10 % clogging in the nozzle can cause all this.
    Proper cleaning can restore their like-new performance. There is no need to replace fuel injectors unless they are actually gone bad. Injectors are designed in such a way that they are not very convenient to clean. They are sealed units and cannot be opened for cleaning. Ultrasonic cleaning is internationally accepted MOST effective process for cleaning fuel injectors. It is cheap and comprehensive solution for the problem. I represent FI-Tech which takes pride to announce ultrasonic fuel injector cleaning service for the first time in Pakistan.

    Your enquiries are welcomed through emails and this forum.

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