What is fuel injection?

Fuel injectors spray fuel into your vehicle's combustion chambers for the spark plugs to then ignite, giving your engine the power it needs. Over time your injectors become clogged from deposit build-up. Fuel injectors are an important component to keep working properly.

What are the symptoms of bad fuel injectors?

Black smoke from exhaust

Car shakes, runs & idles rough

Fuel smell or fuel leaking

Loss of power

Poor fuel mpg

Problems starting car

Is this covered by our warranty?

2hr repair time

Maintenance every 15,000 to 30,000 miles

What’s at stake if I don’t fix my fuel injectors?

The biggest issue with bad fuel injectors is that they cause your engine to misfire. Misfiring will cause your car to quickly overheat. If you choose to not get your fuel injectors fixed you’ll have more costly and potentially dangerous troubles to deal with.

Blown gaskets & hoses

Melted engine plastics & rubber

Warped or melted metal

How to know

Here's some how-to's

Let's get started.

Our approach is simple. We help you get the most out of your car by matching your goals and mileage to create a personalized plan.

1. Get your car tested.

2. See a list of repairs.

3. Choose what's fixed.

Need help?

Give us a call.

Tell us—what are you experiencing? We’ll give you our recommendations, and if you choose, bring your car in and let us run a few tests.

Let us know that Otto sent you and we’ll give you a free hat!

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