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Hi everyone. I have an appointment next monday at the dealer for changing oil + a couple of things under warranty. My 2010 Challenger R/T has 60,000 km (about 37k miles). They told me that it's recommended to clean the injectors for $130. I've looked in the manual but Chrysler didn't mention that...

Is it really necessary?? Or it's only a trap to make money?

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Its not needed, use some Chevron Techron fuel cleaner, it will do the same thing for $10
 

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Run a catch can, and your intake runners and valves will stay cleaner, too. Search it here, if you have not already installed one...
 
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it's a scam.
 

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Ditto to the above.

You should always run a Top Tier fuel and like RWL11 stated add a catch can. The Techron is good stuff as mentioned, why I always try to get Chevron or Texaco gas.
 

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Agree that fuel system service without a reason is not required. However, I have owned several vehicles that were experiencing hesitation and rough running in the past. The dealer recommended injection and induction service and in every case, it corrected the problem. Don't be too quick to dismiss the benefits just because some dealers try to sell you the service when it is not warranted.
 

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Spark plugs at 30k for 5.7 engines
 
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