You do not need to use injector cleaner at all if you don't want to. It is purely a preventative measure to try and cut down the possibility of an issue. You could use this and still have an issue or not use it and never have an issue.
It is simply a good practice just to try and keep the injector tips clean for best performance.
What I meant about the gas station being busy simply means the more people that use the gas station the quicker they will go through the fuel in their storage tanks and require them to be filled again with fresh fuel. If the station is not busy then the fuel will sit in their storage tanks and the longer it is in there the more chance it has to be contaminated.
As for the 89 octane, that is just fine. You can still use the cleaner if you want too. It is not required but again, just a good idea no matter what grade fuel you use.
Yes. Just put the bottle in when you fill the tank. Normally the bottle has specific instructions but that is pretty common for them to put it in the tank when you fill it.
Monday, May 25th, 2020 AT 4:07 PM