CRC Introduces GDI IVD Intake Valve Cleaner

CRC Introduces GDI IVD Intake Valve Cleaner

CRC Industries, Inc., manufacturer of specialty chemicals for automotive technicians, introduces the GDI IVD Intake Valve Cleaner designed to remove harmful deposits from all types of gasoline powered engines.

CRC Industries, Inc., manufacturer of specialty chemicals for automotive technicians and do-it yourselfers, introduces the GDI IVD Intake Valve Cleaner designed to remove harmful deposits from all types of gasoline powered engines. The GDI IVD Intake Valve Cleaner achieves this by delivering CRC’s advanced technology-based chemical solution – COzol – directly to the valves at 150 times the concentration of any other premium fuel system additive on the market. More important, it is easy to use – simply spray past the MAF sensor through the air intake, said the company.

“Deposits can form in any fuel system but how much and how quickly they form depends on the quality of fuel and oil used, the individual’s driving style and engine type,” explained Adam Selisker, vice president of technology for CRC. “On GDI (gasoline direct injection) intake valves, in particular, the buildup takes place far more rapidly because they never get cooled or washed with fuel. As a result, carbon buildup can occur in as little as 5,000 to 10,000 miles leading to restricted airflow and higher operating temperatures. GDI IVD Intake Valve Cleaner effectively dissolves and lifts these deposits from valve stems and tops.”

Excessive carbon deposit buildup can be the cause of a host of problems such as:
• hard starts;
• rough idle;
• poor acceleration;
• reduced fuel economy;
• excessive emissions; and
• power loss.

When used every 10,000 miles, CRC GDI IVDTM Intake Valve Cleaner will help to:
• increase power and torque;
• stabilize rough idle;
• solve rough starting problems;
• reduce emissions; and
• improve fuel economy.

According to Selisker, CRC GDI IVD Intake Valve Cleaner features a unique, dual-action spray system called PermaStraw that is easy to use. Most significantly, it reaches down into the recesses of the valves without the need for disassembling the intake manifold.

CRC GDI IVD Intake Valve Cleaner is available at AutoZone and NAPA Auto Parts stores nationwide.

For more information on CRC GDI IVD Intake Valve Cleaner, visit http://crcintakevalvecleaner.com.

You May Also Like

Schaeffler Recognized as a GM 2023 Top Global Supplier

This is the fourth time Schaeffler has been honored with this award.

Schaeffler announced it was recently recognized as a top global supplier of 2023 by General Motors during the automaker’s annual Supplier of the Year event in Miami, Florida. This is the fourth time Schaeffler has been honored with this award.

Emphasizing shared values between GM and global suppliers, the rigorous selection process distinguishes those who align closely with GM’s principles, Schaeffler said. These values, rooted in performance, innovation, cultural alignment, and commitment to GM’s ambitious goals, serve as the foundation of the selection criteria.

Belt Service For Hybrid and Stop/Start Systems

Knowing how to “force start” a hybrid vehicle can be helpful if you are trying to diagnose a noise problem.

Hybrid Vehicle Fluid Maintenance

There are opportunities your shop can’t pass up just because the car or SUV has a hybrid badge on the back.

Caring For AGM And Flooded Car Batteries

Faulty battery cables, if loose, corroded, or damaged, can lead to power drainage.

Jump Starting an EV

If an EV with a full battery won’t start, here’s how you can get it up and running.

Other Posts
Schaeffler, ATSG Partner to Support Technical Education

Schaeffler will provide ATSG members with ongoing education and technical resources.

Schaeffler Launches Facebook Follower Promotion

Schaeffler is giving away a summer swag bag to celebrate reaching 10,000 followers.

Keynote Speaker Announced for AAPEX 2024

Award-winning sports broadcaster, host, entrepreneur and television personality Erin Andrews has been announced as the Keynote Breakfast speaker for AAPEX 2024.

Non-Competes: A Non-Starter, Says FTC

The FTC’s rule is set to take effect in about four months, unless it is blocked by legal challenges.