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Old 12-20-2006, 09:08 PM   #31
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Default RE: OK to use Techron additive?

for the record.....techron..fixed my PO463 code...as of today
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Old 06-30-2013, 11:27 AM   #32
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many shops use the same stuff thats in techron but charge you 100$ for a fuel system cleaning when all you need to do is have a 1/4 tank of gas dump the whole bottle in run it around for a bit to clean out the injectors. fill up and you should be good to go.. stuff works good.
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Wow, a 7 1/2 y/o thread brought back to life....
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Old 06-30-2013, 05:39 PM   #35
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Sorry but I have to disagree. I have used Techron (the only such product I will use) for years in all my cars & motorcycles and have never had a single fuel system problem. I too read Ford recommends Techron to combat the known problem of sulfer in gasoline and the fuel gauge sensor. I know I'll keep using it.
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... I know I'll keep using it.
I use Techron, also. Have for years. I "liquor-up" a tank about every oil change on each of my 3 vehicles. But I use Techron mainly for preventive maintenance. If I suspect that I have a fuel system-related problem, I pull out the big guns; SeaFoam.
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Wow! My father always told me never to start a political, religious, or Ford vs. Chevy debate. Someone is going to end up either dead or in jail. I guess I need to add fuel additives to that list.
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