04-06-04-051C Maintenance Cleaning of Fuel Injectors - (Apr 19 2012)
|Subject:||Maintenance Cleaning of Fuel Injectors|
|Models:||2013 and Prior GM Passenger Cars and Trucks|
This bulletin is being revised to add model years and Parts Information. Please discardCorporate Bulletin Number 04-06-04-051B (Section 06 – Engine/Propulsion System).
General Motors is aware that some companies are marketing tools, equipment and programsto support fuel injector cleaning as a preventative maintenance procedure. General Motors does not endorse, support or acknowledge theneed for fuel injector cleaning as a preventative maintenance procedure. Fuel injector cleaning is approved only when performed asdirected by a published GM driveabilityor DTC diagnostic service procedure.
Due to variation in fuel quality in different areas of the country, the only preventative maintenance currently endorsed by GM regarding its gasoline engine fuel systems isthe addition of GM Fuel System Treatment PLUS added to a tank of fuel at each oilchange.Parts Information
U.S. 88861013 (for U.S. ACDelco, use 10-3003)
GM Fuel System Treatment PLUS 20 oz Bottle (Treats up to 20 gallons of fuel)
U.S. 88861262 (for U.S. ACDelco, use 10-3004)
GM Fuel System Treatment PLUS 12 oz Bottle (Treats up to 12 gallons of fuel)
GM Fuel System treatment PLUS 591-ml Bottle (Treats up to 75L of fuel)
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