CHICAGO – An experienced fuel industry engineer, who asks not to be named, tells Ward's if consumer groups were to learn about what he regards as failure to assure adequate use of gasoline additives, it would be a "scandal." In order to minimize fuel-injector plugging, as well as reduce intake valve and combustion chamber deposits that decrease engine efficiency and increase emissions, he says much higher average dosages of dispersant-detergent gasoline additives, such as polyetheramine ...
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