The Nissan 280Z was the sports car to have in the late 1970s. With a fastback design and Porsche-like styling, it was as stylish as it was fast. Equipped with a straight six-cylinder motor and manual transmission, the 280Z was and is a formidable little race car. If you are still running one today, you are not alone. Many of Nissan’s sports cars have long outlasted other manufacturers’ cars. But your Z may not be running as well today as it did in the past, and that could be due to dirty fuel injectors. There are two methods of cleaning fuel injectors: in-car cleaning and out-of-car cleaning. This article will teach you how to clean your injectors using the in-car method.
Tools Used: Tools, Extra fuel line, Pressurized solvent equipment, Fuel injector solvent, Helper, Ratchet set
Cleaning the Fuel Injector