Cataclean 120007DE Cataclean Diesel 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 Engine, Fuel and Exhaust System Cleaner lowers particulate emissions and reduces risk of DPF clogging
- EPA Approved
- Patented Fuel and Exhaust System Cleaner
- Original long nose bottle which is capless gas tank compatible
- Lowers Particulate Emissions and Reduces Risk of DPF Clogging
- Reduces Diesel Particulate Build-Up Actively Helpoing the DPF to Regenerate
- Easy To Use Simply Pop Pour And Go Every 3-Months
- Maintains and Restores Catalytic Converter Efficiency
- Improves Engine Performance and Fuel Efficiency
- Ideal for Stop/Start and Urban Driving
Pour entire content of bottle into fuel tank then drive for at least 15 minutes and refuel when necessary. For best results it is recommended to add one bottle of CATACLEAN® LIQUID SCIENCE to approximately 1/4 tank of fuel.
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