Cataclean 120007 Complete Engine Fuel & Exhaust System Cleaner
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Use Cataclean to fix drivability issues such as power reduction, hesitation and hard starts, as a pre-treatment before an emissions test or to extend the life of your vehicle.
A well-running engine helps to restore and maintain catalytic converter efficiency. Use four times a year to help maintain proper engine operation.
Patented & EPA approved Complete Engine, Fuel and Exhaust System Cleaner Reduces Emissions and Improves Overall Engine Performance
- EPA Approved
- Easy to use -Simply pop, pour and go every 3 months
- Original long nose bottle which is capless gas tank compatible
- Does not alter fuel composition and is safe for gasoline, diesel and Hybrid engines
- Restores Catalytic Converter, Oxygen Sensors, Fuel Injectors and cylinder heads
- Reduces Hydrocarbon Emissions on Gas Motors by up to 50%
- Reduces carbon build-up
- Legal in all 50 states
- Patented Formula
- Improves Fuel Efficiency and MPG
Recommended ratio for each CATACLEAN® treatment is 1 part CATACLEAN® to 30 parts fuel. For optimum results this ratio should be applied to 1/4 tank of fuel. Example: For a 30 gallon tank, apply 1 quart of CATACLEAN® to 8 gallons of fuel. Drive normally for 15 minutes.
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