Okay I will try that! I’m just frustrated between the engine misfire & than also there’s coolant bubbling in the reservoir but yet it’s not showing that it’s over heating & I’ve already replaced the thermostat. I’m wondering if the two could be connected somehowMy cylinder #2 misfire, and then multiple misfire codes seemed to disappear after I ran a couple tankfulls of gas, with Chevron Techron complete fuel system cleaner. After changing plugs, wires, and coils, I was planning on doing much more investigating, but then the codes just went away one day. I can't say for sure it was the Techron, but the codes never came back.
I also always use Top Teir fuel, but the codes happened right after I bought the Nitro, and I have no idea what kind of gas was used before I got it.
Did you bleed the coolant line after you changed the thermostat?Okay I will try that! I’m just frustrated between the engine misfire & than also there’s coolant bubbling in the reservoir but yet it’s not showing that it’s over heating & I’ve already replaced the thermostat. I’m wondering if the two could be connected somehow
Well, there's those, and the original Chevron Techron complete fuel system cleaner. The Techron doesn't specifically list the percentage of PEA, but it does list a "trade secret" ingredient at 35%, which could be the PEA.I use Redline SI-1 fuel cleaner.
There's only three products really that are worth using:
- Redline SI-1
- Royal Purple Maxclean
You want something with PEA (aka techron), and those three have the highest amounts. Many of the other fuel cleaners don't have any or no amount worth doing anything.
There's a bleeder screw--you just open it before you start it running and let it bleed that way. No other special tools required.Was my pops who did it but I would assume so, but we did buy a fill kit the other day to remove any possible air bubbles & it’s still bubbling