I'd be more interested in what caused the buildup at your thottle body. Is it coming in with the fresh air or one of the hoses connected near the thottle body. If I remember right, both the PCV hose and the evap/purge hose is near the same location. I recommend doing some investigating, before getting it cleaned.Hey everyone, I’m getting closer to the 100k mark. I’ve been religiously avoiding fuel induction cleaning/ engine flush services since after reading that Ford themselves told everyone and sent letters to dealers that they do not approve any fuel induction cleaning service. However, as I reached 90k miles now a tech noticed there’s a lot of build up and some corrosion in my throttle body. So, they recommended a fuel induction service, especially since it’s been longer than 2years(the recommended time to do the service). I’ve heard stories that this can cause deposits to basically ruin the turbo du to being incorporated in the manifold. I’ve also seen that some people have done it with no issues. My car has been feeling sluggish and not as smooth as it once was, regardless of all the power it’s making rn. I just got the NX2 and I don’t wanna ruin it already. What does everyone think is the best option?
don’t do it, save your turbos!!!
well, it’s about d*** time you cleaned the engine!