the three step is a common service procedure performed at almost every shop out there, however it is not cheap. a quick call around were i live netted prices between 120-175. it isn't a hard process but it is a time consuming one. for less than $30 I performed something i believe to be almost the same thing.

this is my first instructable, please leave feedback and let me know how i could make it better!

also  the standard disclaimer applies, fuel is flammable, an irritant, and so is the cleaner you choose (or at least I hope so)
and air pressure can be dangerous if misused,

Step 1: the goods

first gather the required parts.

1x air fitting
2x 1/4 to 3/4 bung
2x 3/4 to 1" reducer
1x 1" by 10" pipe
1x  brass barb fitting in what ever size fuel hose you decide you need
2-3 ft high pressure fuel hose rated for at least 70 psi
2x hose clamps
1x Teflon tape
<p>Can i ask if you have plan for a cleaning diy tool for CIS injectors.</p>
&quot;make and use a homemade fuel injector cleaner for you car or truck&quot;<br><br>Nice job, but I think your title is off. I've used an injector cleaner before, but I had access to shop air and a parts box for the proper banjo fittings. <br><br>If I did it again with home-brew cleaner, though, I'd probably try to remove my catalytic converter. All that unburned fuel-smoke can't be good for it.<br><br>

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