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Lucas Oil Injector Cleaner

I purchased some of the Lucas Oil Injector Cleaner to use with every fill-up.

Has anybody else used this product? If so, how did it perform?

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No never used it, i use the Ford Cetane boost on every fillup to keep the egr valve and turbo clean.
If you are having injector problems you might try REV-X Oil Additive | Diesel Fuel Additive | High Performance Oil in the oil they say it works wonders a good 5w40 Syn oil and no more than 5k and ford filter on an oil change also work well.
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I have used it but there is better out there like diesel kleen, its made by power services.

Also check your FICM voltage for solving injector issues.
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I have used it but there is better out there like diesel kleen, its made by power services.

Also check your FICM voltage for solving injector issues.
I have used it in my patrol vehicle (gas) w/good results...quieted down my noisey injector (09 Expedition 4x4 w/5.4).

I agree w/the above guys on diesel kleen in diesel engines...thats stuff is awesome.

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