Engine decarbonization is a process of removing carbon buildup from the internal components of an internal combustion engine. Carbon buildup can occur on the pistons, valves, and other engine parts, reducing engine performance and efficiency.

There are several methods for decarbonizing an engine, including:

Chemical cleaning: using a specialized cleaning solution that is added to the engine’s oil or fuel system to dissolve and remove carbon buildup.
Physical cleaning: removing carbon buildup physically, such as by using a specialized tool to scrape the buildup from the engine’s components.
Engine run cleaning: operating the engine under conditions that allow the carbon to burn off, such as by running the engine at high RPM or by performing a high-load driving cycle.
Engine decarbonization can improve engine performance, restore lost horsepower, and improve fuel efficiency. It is also commonly performed as part of regular maintenance to keep an engine running smoothly.

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