Diesel owners understand that their vehicles require specific maintenance like diesel decarbonization and intake cleaning. Without diesel induction maintenance, their vehicles simply don’t perform as they should. I-70 Auto Service in Kansas City has many years of experience with diesel decarbonization and intake cleaning, which is why many owners of diesel fleet vehicles and personal vehicles choose us for this type of maintenance.
Diesel vehicles are vulnerable to carbonization that happens around the intake valves. This carbonization can choke and clog the engine, which results in engine stalling, poor fuel economy, power loss, and hard starts. To prevent these symptoms, the I-70 Auto Service team cleans the diesel induction system. This includes cleaning the EGR valves, passages, plenum, and air intake areas. When our ASE-Certified technicians decarbonize and clean your diesel vehicle’s induction system, you will see better gas mileage, restored power, better performance, and a reduction in harmful emissions.
I-70 Auto Service is proud to service many diesel fleets and personal vehicles from all over the Kansas City region. To make your diesel auto repair experience as stress-free as possible, we offer pickup and delivery service, use of a loaner vehicle, or shuttle service. We’ll also email your our digital inspection estimate, and give you a candy bar as a Thank You gift when you pick up your vehicle. It’s the small details that make for a positive customer experience, and that is why we are proud to earn 5-star reviews like this one:
“This place has amazing customer service, friendly and informative. It's hard to find honest mechanics in this big city and this place seems to go over the top to be helpful.” -- Tyler L.
Located in downtown Kansas City, I-70 Auto Service is a short drive from Fairway, Leawood, and many other Kansas City communities. If your personal or fleet diesel vehicles require decarbonization and intake cleaning, we invite you to book an appointment. We look forward to taking care of you and your diesel vehicles soon.