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-- [ From: Huw Powell * EMC.Ver #3.1a ] --
>I have a question regarding Chevron Techron. Surely, a general automotive
question, however, the original advice I received came from the list, so
here goes... Techron will remove deposits from the injectors and lifters,
n'est pas? Well, where exactly do the deposits go? I was told that it ends
up in the oil, but how exactly?
Let me preface this by saying I don't know what I'm talking about....
I was under the impression that it is the Techron that ends up in the oil, a
bit of it anyway. You aren't supposed to use it twice between oil changes.
Presumably some just gets past the rings and dilutes or contaminates the oil
. Most of it, and the deposits I would hope, get burnt and go out the
little exgaust valve things. Any "physical" deposits that get to the oil
would be snagged by your filter. Perhaps another reason not to do it twice
between oil changes?