FOR FUEL INDUCTION:
① Remove the tool fill cap and fill tool with induction cleaner.
② Ensure that the process valve is turned to the closed position.
③ Locate a centralized vacuum source on the engine as close to the throttle body as possible to provide even flow of induction cleaner to all runners.
④ Attach the tool nozzle to the vacuum port. This may require a short section of tubing to connect to the vacuum port. Keep short as possible.
⑤ Start the engine and allow it to reach operating temperature.
⑥ Raise the engine speed to 1200-1500 RPM for the duration of the service.
⑦ Open the process valve on the tool as far as possible without stalling the engine. If stalling does occur, immediately close the process valve and let engine run until cleared.
⑧ Snap the throttle every minute to ensure there is no puddling of cleaner. Ensure engine does not stall during service.
⑨ After the fuel tool is completely empty, let the engine run an additional 10 minutes then drive briskly to clear induction system.
⑩ Clear any engine codes.