Premium-grade fuel contains a cocktail of various additives derived from research centers as well as the joint efforts of oil companies and car manufacturers.
Use an electronic SFI module to treat fuel
The most expensive option is the outright replacement of the part. This is what most mechanics will propose. The price of the component varies to the brand and engine type, but the average price is somewhere between $1000 and $2000.
The moderately expensive option entails a little bit more time as well as some mechanical skills. It involves the removal of the injector in order to clean it with an appropriate solution. This can be difficult for novice mechanics as the fuel injector is not always easily accessible. On average, a garage will charge between $370 and $620 for this service.
The least expensive option, with no need for disassembly and entailing the shortest service time, and which is an alternative to part replacement, is hydrogen treatment via the Carbon Cleaning station. This service works as a preventative treatment, recommended every 15,000 kilometers, but can also resolve existing problems in the engine.