Question about 1995 Nissan Pathfinder
Posted by Anonymous on
Hi, You may have put too much in for the amount of gasoline you had. Or when you put it in, the truck was about to not start anyway. In other words, if you put it in and then the truck did not start. You would not have given enough of an opportunity for the Cleaner to get to your injectors.
If you put it in and started the engine successfully and it worked for a bit and then shut down. Then there was to much.
Here is what you can do hopefully under certain circumstances.
If there is hardly any gasoline in your tank. Get a 5 gallon gas tank and fill it and put it into the Pathfinder. Then get some more gasoline and do the same again. That should dilute what is in the gas tank.
Then crank the engine enough to move the old cleaner out of the fuel injectors. The pathfinder may then be flooded so just leave it alone for 1/2 hour and then try to start it again. It may still require quite a bit of cranking. So you will want to give it a rest and not push the starter motor.
It the original problem was a clogged injector. Well, It ain't clogged now. Hope that was it.Hope this helps. Of course, you can keep me posted. I don't mind at all. Happy New Year,
Posted on Jan 01, 2011
It's possible that all that cleaner loosened debris in the gas tank and clogged the fuel filter. If your truck has an external filter replace it. If it still wont't start, try somestartingfluid sprayed in the throttle body or air intake. Was your fuel tank full when you added the cleaner? And did you put two bottles in at once? Two bottles in a less than full tank may have contaminated the fuel so much that it wont burn.
Posted on Jan 01, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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