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For a 2007 Commander with the 3.7 L V6 would you recommend a fuel injection system flush and cleaning at 30K miles?

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It should not be necessary if the fuel has been clean and the car has not been parked idle for a long time. We had a '96 Dodge Caravan with over 300K miles on it and the fuel system never had to be serviced except for fuel filter replacements. Our current 2002 Caravan has over 200K miles with no such services--only fuel filter replacements and a fuel pump due to bad gas that this area had for awhile. Good luck!

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NO WAY,use redexe/wynns injector cleaner (1x can to 1/2 tank gas) somewhat cheaper dont you thnk.......(im English)

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