'The only thing I've actually witnessed make any difference is the
procedure GM recommends:
Take a pressurizeable container (specifically designed to add chemicals
to the fuel rail) and add about 25% (rough number -- working from
memory) GM top engine cleaner to 75% gasoline. Then attach the feed line
to the fuel rail, disconnect the fuel pump, set pressure high enough to
run vehicle and low enough to prevent return to fuel tank. Then start
and run vehicle on mixture.'
REPLY: Thanks for that info. What do you think about slowly pouring
some GM Top Engine Cleaner into a Carburetors air bleed (the two
vertical air tubes on a 4 barrel ) , while the motor is running at fast
idle , to clean the passages/bowls within the carb ? Thanks.