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CRC 05078 Throttle Body and Air-Intake Cleaner - 12 Wt Oz.

by CRC

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  • Safe on coated throttle bodies
  • Removes harmful deposits
  • Not VOC Compliant for California & OTC
  • Lubricates and protects moving parts
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Technical Details
BrandCRC
Item Weight12 ounces
Product Dimensions2.6 x 2.6 x 7.8 inches
Item model number05078
Manufacturer Part Number05078
  
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ASINB000M8PYO2
Best Sellers Rank #5,143 in Automotive (See top 100)
Shipping Weight2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingCurrently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
Date First AvailableMarch 23, 2009
  
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Product Description

The Air-Intake Cleaner cleans air-intakes, throttle bodies and linkages on fuel-injected vehicles.


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It didn't stall, but it felt like it was about to.
John W.
YouTube has a great video on how to properly clean your throttle body.
SeaLight
It cleaned my TB easily with a soft tooth brush and a rag.
L. Nanoy

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on April 13, 2011
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I used almost the entire can to clean the throttle body on a 2003 Chevy Trailblazer. It is not quite as simple as spray on and its done. Some rubbing needed on the bad spots. A lot easier if you remove the throttle body from the car.

Wear gloves, its a messy job.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By A. Cannon on June 8, 2012
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Used this to clean out the throttle body on my wife's 2004 Hyundai Santa Fe which was dirty and causing a little bit of hesitation on light acceleration. It did the trick, and was very easy to use. I had never done that before but it's literally a 10 minute job, and I feel like I did a very good job with the cleaning. It certainly solved the one issue that we had with the car.

I had my own throttle body on my Jeep Cherokee cleaned by a repair shop last year for $25 (which is a fair price I'd say) and they told me that it might take a few cleanings to get all of the gunk out, so it might pay to clean it, drive it around, and then clean it again. Repeat as often as necessary I guess as it doesn't cause any negative side effects.

This bottle is enough for a few cleanings, though I guess that does depend on how dirty your throttle body is. (Don't use too much - it's best to start lightly and then use more as you think you need it).
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful By G. Fleury on March 9, 2011
I bought this at my local parts shop because when I would start my 2002 camry on a cold morning it would idle rough when I first started it up. It finally caused the engline light to come on. So I bought this cleaner, remove the throttle body and sure enough it has yucky stuff all over the inside of it. I sprayed this product and used a toothbrush to scrub it. I then wiped with a papertowel. I put it back in my car and now it runs smoothly.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Dave the Pear on February 22, 2012
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this didn't strip the coating off the throttle body. yeah, it's really got a coating... remove it and the "metal" starts to crumble and flake away. my throttle was so full of "stuff" thanks to a poorly designed PCV system that occasionally dumps a bit of oil into the throttle body (the intake had an oil lake in it), anywho it was sticking and wouldn't idle down sometimes. I did both car and truck, they're both happier now.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By John W. on June 23, 2014
I have a 2005 Toyota Camry. The battery died 2 weeks ago. After replacing it, my car started to rough idle. Whenever I stopped at a stop sign, traffic light, wherever - the RPM's would drop and the car would start to shake. It didn't stall, but it felt like it was about to. I had no idea what the issue could be. I did some Googling around and found this to be a common experience after changing a battery on certain car models. It's something to do with the car's ECU forgetting how to idle. I didn't understand all the technical details, but the recommendation I saw time and again was to clean the throttle body.

I looked for a throttle body cleaner online. This CRC cleaner came up as a well priced solution that works well and results in less smoke than other cleaners after a throttle cleaning. I found it for cheaper at my local Autozone, Advanced Auto Parts, and O'Reilly's. In my area, it's $5 in all 3 of those places. So I bought the product and followed a youtube clip on how to clean the throttle body. The product worked great and didn't result in excessive fumes when I started the car. It fixed my rough idle issue, so I can't recommend it enough. The job wasn't too difficult either, thanks to youtube.

For my Camry, the steps were:
1- Remove the the air intake connection between the air filter and throttle body (by removing a couple tubes and connections).
2- Put a cloth down around the throttle body opening, and spray the inside with short burst while opening and closing the butterfly valve.
3- Scrub all the dirty bits you can reach with an old tooth brush. Reach as far in as you can with it.
4- Wipe clean with a rag. Repeat steps as necessary.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By FoTacTix on June 3, 2013
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Make sure you use this in a well ventilated area. I know the instructions say that already, but I really wanted to drive that point home.

It helped me get my throttle body on my 2007 Toyota Tacoma nice and clean. It was shiny after I was done. One can will probably last me a lifetime.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By SeaLight on October 15, 2013
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My 2007 Ford Mustang GT Convertible was having throttle issues when the air conditioning was on: After stepping on the clutch while approaching a traffic light while still moving the throttle would go up and down from 750-1500rpm until I came to almost a complete stop and then it would go back to normal.

I did some research and found that the throttle body was most likely dirty and needed to be cleaned, and since I haven't personally cleaned the throttle body before, I figured it was time to do it. So I bought the CRC Throttle Body Cleaner, as well as the CRC 05110 Mass Air Flow Sensor Cleaner - 11 Wt Oz. and I went to town. Took off my AirAid CAI and AirAid Throttle Body Spacer, and took off the throttle body and gave it a good cleaning. YouTube has a great video on how to properly clean your throttle body. I followed the instructions and it worked exactly as expected. Just remember to take the throttle body OFF of your car...don't try to spray and clean it while it's attached to your engine block as you can't properly clean the opposite side thoroughly enough.

I replaced the throttle body and let the car sit for a little while just in case any of the liquid was still trying to dry (even though this stuff is pretty much instant dry after wiping, but I wanted to play it safe). Took the car out, warmed it up, ran the AC and stepped on the clutch while slowing down to a stop and voila! Problem solved! Highly recommend using this for cleaning your throttle body. I haven't used it on an air intake since my cold air intake has synthetic oil right in the filter and it requires no cleaning whatsoever, but for throttle bodies, this thing really works!
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