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MCS 352
DUAL SYSTEM
FOR
Gasoline (Petrol) and
Diesel Engines
OPERATORS MANUAL
MOTORVAC TECHNOLOGIES INC.
MCS352
P/N 200-0352
Rev N/C 2005
Table of Contents
Introduction.......................................................................................................................................... iii
Overview................................................................................................................................................ v
System Features and Functions ...................................................................................................... 1-1
Unit Features................................................................................................................................. 1-1
Control Panel Functions................................................................................................................ 1-3
Features and Functions ................................................................................................................ 1-5
Safety Information ............................................................................................................................. 2-1
GASOLINE (Petrol) SYSTEMS:
Before You Begin ...................................................................................................................... 3-1
First Time Operation............................................................................................................ 3-1
Mixing Ratios....................................................................................................................... 3-2
Fuel System Cleaning Procedures .......................................................................................... 4-1
Determining the Vehicle's Fuel System Type .....................................................................4-1
Carburetor Setup Procedure ...............................................................................................4-3
Carburetor Cleaning Procedure ..........................................................................................4-5
Throttle Body Injection (TBI) Setup Procedure ...................................................................4-7
Throttle Body Injection (TBI) Cleaning Procedure ..............................................................4-9
Port Fuel Injection (PFI) Setup Procedure ........................................................................4-11
Port Fuel Injection (PFI) Cleaning Procedure ...................................................................4-13
Continuous Injection System (CIS) Setup Procedure .......................................................4-15
Continuous Injection System (CIS) Cleaning Procedure ..................................................4-17
DIESEL SYSTEMS:
Before You Begin ...................................................................................................................... 5-1
First Time Operation ................................................................................................................. 5-1
Diesel Fuel System Cleaning Procedures ..............................................................................6-1
Filling and Mixture Setup..................................................................................................... 6-1
Priming ................................................................................................................................ 6-3
Diesel Fuel System Setup Procedure ................................................................................. 6-5
Diesel Cleaning Procedure ................................................................................................. 6-8
Trouble Shooting and Additional Help ............................................................................................ 7-1
Appendix A - Maintenance............................................................................................................... A-1
Maintenance Procedures ............................................................................................................. A-1
Replacing the Fuel Filter .............................................................................................................. A-1
Maintenance Record .................................................................................................................... A-3
Appendix B - System Accessories ................................................................................................. B-1
Basic Adapter Kit (200-3000)....................................................................................................... B-1
Asian / European Applications (200-3009) ................................................................................ B-3
Optional Adaptors ....................................................................................................................... B-5
Appendix C - Parts ........................................................................................................................... C-1
Parts for the MCS 352.................................................................................................................. C-1
Appendix D - MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEETS ........................................................................ D-1
Material Safety Data Sheet - Gasoline (Petrol)............................................................................ D-1
Material Safety Data Sheet - Diesel............................................................................................. D-7
Introduction
Congratulations on your selection of the CARBONCLEAN DUAL SYSTEM. By choosing this
product, you are acquiring the most technologically advanced method available for cleaning
harmful fuel system contaminants from gasoline engines.
The MCS 352 is a self-contained cleaning system, designed to connect to any gasoline or
diesel engine (up to 7.3L). Once the unit is connected, it temporarily replaces the regular
fuel supply with a mixture of fuel and the specially formulated CarbonClean Cleaning
Detergent.
With the engine idling, the unit pumps the fuel/detergent mixture through the engine's fuel
system. As the mixture passes through the vehicles’ fuel system, it loosens and dissolves
accumulated deposits, which then pass harmlessly out through the exhaust system or are
removed by the unit’s fuel filter. Removing contaminants from the combustion chamber
creates a more even burn of fuel, which improves horsepower, increases fuel economy, and
reduces exhaust emissions.
Please refer to the chart below for the recommended service intervals:
Recommended Service Intervals
Type of Vehicle
Mileage
Automobile - Gasoline
Automobile - Diesel
Light-Duty Trucks
12,000 – 15,000 miles or 19,000 – 24,000 kilometers
or once a year
12,000 – 15,000 miles or 19,000 – 24,000 kilometers
or once a year
Medium to
Heavy-Duty Trucks
60,000 – 100,000 miles or 97,000 – 161,000 kilometers
or 1600 to 1800 hours of operation
Please study this User Guide to become thoroughly familiar with the MCS 352 before using it.
IMPORTANT
The MCS 352 Fuel System Machines are designed to work
EXCLUSIVELY
With CarbonClean Cleaning Detergents.
Use of any other chemicals during this process may cause operational failure
of the MCS 352 and voids the manufacturer’s warranty.
See warranty card for details.
Overview
This manual contains all the information you need to use the MCS 352. Please make sure all
technicians have read this manual and have it within easy reach whenever the unit is being
used.
The following is a quick reference to the information in this manual:
System Features and Functions
This chapter describes the MCS 352 gauges, control switches, and connections.
Safety Information
Adhere to the safety guidelines in this chapter at all times!
Before You Begin
Follow the instructions for each chapter before using the unit for the first time.
Fuel System Cleaning Procedures
These chapters contain step-by-step setup and cleaning procedures for using the unit
with each of the fuel system types: Carburetor, Throttle Body Injection (TBI), Port
Fuel Injection (PFI), Continuous Injection System (CIS) and Diesels.
Troubleshooting and Additional Help
Turn to this chapter in the unlikely event you have problems with your MCS 352.
Appendices – Maintenance, Accessories, Parts, and MSDS reports.
The appendices contain routine maintenance procedures for the MCS 352, such as
changing the fuel filters, and the Material Safety Data Sheets.
System Features and Functions
The front of the MCS 352 cabinet contains the control panel, control switches and status indicators.
The fuel reservoirs and filters are mounted on the sides of the cabinet.
OUTPUT HOSE-RED
RETURN HOSEBLACK
GASOLENE
DRAWERS
(4)
OUTPUT HOSE-RED
RETURN HOSEBLACK
MCS 352 - BACK VIEW
POWER CORD
DIESEL
TANK
DIESEL
FILTER
GASOLENE
TANK
GASOLENE
FILTER
MCS 352 Control Panel Functions
GASOLENE
PRESSURE GAUGE
ON/OFF SWITCH
START/RUN
SWITCH
DIESEL PRESSURE
GAUGE
TIMER
SERVICE
SELECTOR SWITCH
GASOLINE (PETROL)
PRESSURE
REGULATOR
CIRCUIT
BREAKER
MCS 352 Features and Functions
Descriptions of the gauges, control switches, and status indicators making up the control
panel are listed below. Please become familiar with these features and functions before using
the unit.
Adjust Time Knob
Sets or re-sets the system run time in one-minute increments, from 1
to 60 minutes.
Service Selector
Switch
Start/Run Switch
(Momentary)
Selects fuel type: Diesel or Gasoline
Run Cycle Light
(green)
On / Off Switch
Illuminates when the run cycle is under way.
On / Off Light (orange)
Illuminates when switch is on.
Fuel Pressure Gauge
Displays output pressure of the unit’s output hose.
Pressure Adjust
Regulator
Used to adjust the gasoline (petrol) system pressure during the
cleaning process on single line fuel systems. Turn clockwise to
close (increase the pressure), counterclockwise to open (decrease the
pressure). Normally closed clockwise for services on two line
systems. (Vehicle controls pressure on two line systems.)
Warning Alarm
Sounds until pump builds pressure, or when the run cycle is
complete or when a pressure loss occurs.
Output Hose (red)
Connects to the input side of the vehicle's engine fuel system.
Return Hose (black)
Connects to the return side of the vehicle's engine fuel system.
Fuel Filter
Filters out contaminants that become removed during the cleaning
process. See Appendix for replacement information
Battery Cables
Positive (red) and negative (black) battery connections
(12 VOLTS DC)
Circuit Breaker
15 Ampere circuit breaker for pump
Fuel Tanks (2)
Holds up to 2 liters (70oz.) per tank
Starts the cleaning cycle.
Shuts off power to the unit.
Safety Information and Precautions
/!\ DANGER
Vehicle exhaust gases contain Carbon Monoxide, which is a colorless and odorless lethal gas.
Only run engines in well-ventilated areas and avoid breathing exhaust gases.
Extended breathing of exhaust gases will cause serious injury or death.
/!\ WARNING
Exhaust gases, moving parts, hot surfaces, and potent chemicals are present during the use of the fuel
system cleaner.
Read and understand the operator’s manual before using the fuel system cleaner.
When using chemicals always refer to the MSDS sheets and manufacturer’s instructions for
the proper procedure to handle emergency medical treatment, cleanup, handling and storage
requirements.
Improper use of the fuel system cleaner or exposure to exhaust gases or cleaning chemicals can cause
injury.
Flammable fuel chemical and vapors can ignite.
Avoid exposure to flames, sparks, hot engine parts, and other ignition sources.
Always keep fully charge fire extinguisher nearby. The extinguisher should have a class B
rating and be suitable for gasoline, chemical, and electrical fires.
Cleanup any fuel or chemical spills immediately.
Dispose of contaminated cleanup material according to governing environmental laws.
Never look directly into the air induction plenum or carburetor throat when the engine is
operating.
Always plug or cap any open fuel lines during service.
Keep Cleaner and Detergent container closed except when filling reservoir.
Explosion or flame or exposure to flammable liquid and vapors can cause injury.
Flammable liquid can splash out of reservoir when pump is on and/or unit is being moved.
Always keep Reservoir Cap secure except when filling reservoir.
Explosion or flame can cause injury.
Many fuel systems maintain residual pressure in fuel lines even after the engine has been turned off.
Wear safety goggles.
Wear chemical resistant gloves when connecting or disconnecting fitting and adaptors.
Obtain ZERO psi before connecting or disconnecting any fuel lines or adaptors.
Explosion or flame or exposure to flammable liquid and vapors can cause injury.
See next page
Chemicals can cause harmful byproducts.
Use only approved chemicals (refer to operator’s manual).
Do not swallow or ingest any chemicals.
Use with adequate ventilation. Avoid breathing vapors.
Do not store chemicals on or in the machine.
Improper use of chemicals can cause injury.
Over exposure can have harmful effect on eyes, skin, respiratory system and possible
unconsciousness and asphyxiation.
Improperly blocked vehicles can move.
Set the parking brake and chock the wheels.
Moving vehicles can cause injury.
Moving engine parts.
The engine-cooling fan will cycle on and off depending on the coolant temperature and could operate
without the engine running.
Wear safety goggles.
Always keep objects, clothing, and hands away from the cooling fans and engine parts.
Moving engine parts can cause injury.
Hot surfaces are present during and after running the engine.
Do not contact hot surfaces such as, manifolds, pipes, mufflers, catalytic converters or
radiators and hoses.
Hot surfaces can cause injury.
Catalytic converters become extremely hot.
Do not park a converter-equipped vehicle over dry grass, leaves, paper, or any other
flammable material.
Do not touch a catalytic converter until the engine has been off for at least 45 minutes.
For tests allowing unburned hydrocarbons or service involving operation of an overly rich
condition, minimize the time of rich operation, monitor the catalytic converter temperature,
and allow at least two minutes of operation at normal mixture subsequent to testing or service
for converter cooling.
Catalytic converters can cause burns.
Cracked fan blades can become airborne.
Examine fan blades for cracks. If found, do not service the vehicle.
Flying objects can cause injury.
See next page
Batteries produce explosive gases and can explode.
Wear safety goggles when working on or near batteries.
Use in a well-ventilated area.
Keep sparks and flames away from the battery and never lay tools, equipment or other
conductive objects on the battery.
When tools or equipment is connected to the battery, make sure the equipment power switch
is off. Connect the positive lead of the equipment to the positive lead of the battery first;
connect the negative lead of the equipment to a solid ground point as far from the battery as
possible.
Keep battery acid away from skin or eyes. In case of eye contact, flush with clean water for 15
minutes and get medical attention.
Battery explosion and ignited gases can cause injury.
Before You Begin
Gasoline (Petrol) Systems
First Time Operation
NOTE
The following process is used to flush factorytesting fluids out of your new machine, and is
only necessary before the first time you use
the unit.
1.
Verify that the fuel filter is connected and securely in place on the side of the cabinet.
2.
Check the output/return hoses, battery connections, and all external components for damage.
3.
Turn the Gasoline (Petrol) PRESSURE REGULATOR on the unit’s control panel
counterclockwise until it is completely open.
4.
Attach the unit to the vehicle's battery by connecting the red battery clip to the positive (+)
battery terminal and the black battery clip to a solid ground point as far from the battery as
possible. Press the SERVICE SELECTOR switch to the side with Gasoline (Petrol) FUEL
SYSTEM SERVICE.
5.
Fill the reservoir on the back/right side with clean gasoline (petrol) until the tank
level indicates 1/4 tank. See notes on page 3-2 and figure 3-3 for alternate filling procedure.
6.
Connect the output (red) hose and return (black) hose together by using the 060-1100 and
060-1400 adaptors. Securing them together with a clamp. Follow the procedures below to
flush fuel through the system:
Set SERVICE SELECTOR to gasoline (petrol) SERVICE SYSTEM.
Set the TIMER knob for five minutes.
x Press the ON/OFF switch to the on position. NOTE: Alarm will sound continually
until pump starts.
x Press and hold the START/RUN switch for five minutes.
Release the START/RUN switch.
Turn off the ON/OFF switch.
x
x
x
x
7.
Disconnect the output and return lines.
8.
Connect the #060-1400 adaptor to the output hose, then drain the gasoline from the reservoir
using the following procedure:
x Set the TIMER knob for five minutes.
x Direct the output (red) hose into an appropriate container.
x
9.
Press the ON/OFF switch to the on position. NOTE: Alarm will sound
continually until pump starts.
x Press and hold the START/RUN switch until the fuel from the unit has been emptied
into the container.
x Release the START/RUN switch.
x
Turn off the ON/OFF switch.
x Dispose of the fuel in an environmentally approved method.
The reservoir is now completely drained of fuel. Follow the steps below before performing
the first cleaning service:
Mixing Ratios
Using a separate container or the MCS 352 reservoir, follow the chart below to mix the proper
amounts of CarbonClean Cleaning Detergent for Gasoline and fuel for the cleaning process.
NOTE: See page 3-3, when utilizing tee adapter 060-4500 for alternate filling procedure.
Always have the ball valve on tee adapter closed until ready to fill reservoir while using the
vehicles fuel pump. After connecting all hoses, start engine. Check all connections for leaks.
Partially open ball valve just enough to allow gasoline (petrol) to flow into reservoir and not
have the engine die.
NOTE:
The proper ratio is 1 oz. (30 ml.) per cylinder to 3 oz. (90 ml.) gasoline.
DETERGENT / GASOLINE (PETROL) RATIO
3 cylinders = 3 oz. (90 ml.) detergent to 9 oz. (270 ml.) gasoline, (360 TOTAL)
4 cylinders = 4 oz. (120 ml.) detergent to 12 oz. (360 ml.) gasoline, (480 TOTAL)
5 cylinders = 5 oz. (150 ml.) detergent to 15 oz. (450 ml.) gasoline, (600 TOTAL)
6 cylinders = 6 oz. (180 ml.) detergent to 18 oz. (540 ml.) gasoline, (720 TOTAL)
8 cylinders = 8 oz. (240 ml.) detergent to 24 oz. (720 ml.) gasoline, (960
TOTAL)
10 cylinders = 10 oz. (300 ml.) detergent to 30 oz. (900 ml.) gasoline, (1200
TOTAL)
12 cylinders = 12 oz. (360 ml.) detergent to 36 oz. (1080 ml.) gasoline, (1440
TOTAL)
Filling Reservoir Procedure-NOTE: regulator valve must be
open to allow flow for tank filling. Alternate-use black
hose.
FIGURE
CARBURET
OR
THIS METHOD IS ALSO
TYPICAL FOR RETURNLESS
/ SINGLE LINE FUEL
INJECTION SYTEMS.
060-4500
FIGURE
THIS METHOD TYPICAL
FOR ALL
TWO LINE INJECTION
060-4500
Fuel System Cleaning Procedures
Gasoline (Petrol) Systems
Determining the Vehicle's Fuel System Type
It is very important to determine the fuel system type of the vehicle to be serviced before
performing
Any setup or cleaning procedure on the vehicle. The unit can be used with any of the four
different types of gasoline fuel systems listed below:
Carburetion
Carburetors come in a variety of sizes and shapes. These can be easily identified by
locating the choke plate in the air horn.
Throttle Body Injection (TBI)
Throttle bodies are centrally mounted, as are carburetors, and use one or two
electronic injectors.
Port Fuel Injection (PFI)
This system uses a single electronic injector per cylinder, mounted so that fuel spray
is directed into the intake port.
Continuous Injection System (CIS)
A Continuous Injection System is easily identified by noting the fuel distributor and
the solid steel or flex steel lines running from the fuel distributor to each individual
injector. The fuel distributor controls the amount of fuel sprayed into the intake port
while the injectors control the opening and closing pressure.
NOTE
Once you have determined the fuel system type, turn
to the appropriate section in this chapter for
instructions on how to perform the fuel line setup
and cleaning procedure for that system.
Carburetor Setup Procedure
Follow the steps below to connect the unit to the vehicle's fuel system. Make sure the
vehicle has at least 1/8 tank of fuel before beginning this process.
1. Start the vehicle and allow the engine to reach normal operating temperature.
IMPORTANT
Do not perform the setup or cleaning process if the
vehicle’s engine oil or coolant level is low.
If necessary, add oil and/or coolant to the vehicle.
2. Turn the vehicle OFF when normal operating temperature has been
reached.
3. Turn the Gasoline (Petrol) PRESSURE REGULATOR counterclockwise
until the regulator is completely open. Verify that the ON/OFF switch is
turned off.
4. Attach the unit to the vehicle's battery by connecting the red battery clip
to the positive (+) battery terminal and the black battery clip to a solid
ground point as far from the battery as possible. Press the SERVICE
SELECTOR switch to the side with Gasoline (Petrol) FUEL
SYSTEM SERVICE.
5. Remove the vehicle's gas cap to relieve fuel tank pressure.
6.
Disconnect the vehicle’s fuel line at the carburetor inlet or at the fuel pump outlet. There
should now be two open ends to work with:
x one coming from the fuel pump.
xOne going into the carburetor.
7.
Add a pre-mixed gasoline and detergent mixture to the right side (gasoline /petrol) reservoir.
When filling the reservoir, add 1 oz. (30 ml.) of Detergent to 3 oz. (90 ml.) gasoline per
cylinder. See page 3-3 for alternate filling method (Refer to page 3-2 for the proper ratios.)
SEE NEXT PAGE
/!\ WARNING
Flammable Liquid can squirt out of pressurized lines when connecting or
disconnecting.
Wear Safety goggles.
Obtain ZERO pressure before connecting or disconnecting any fuel lines or
adaptors.
Wear chemical resistant gloves when connecting or disconnecting fittings and
adaptors.
Wrap shop towel around pressure fittings and adaptors when disconnecting.
Avoid exposure to flames, sparks, hot engine parts, and other ignition sources.
Explosion or flame or exposure to flammable liquid and vapors can cause injury.
8.
As shown in the figure below, connect the MCS 352 output (red) hose to the inlet of the
carburetor and block / deadhead the fuel line coming from the vehicle’s fuel pump.
You are now ready to perform the carburetor cleaning procedure.
Carburetor Cleaning Procedure
Follow the steps below to circulate the fuel/detergent mixture through the vehicle's
carburetor.
1.
Verify that Carburetor Setup Steps 1- 8 above have been completed.
2.
Refer to the vehicle's service manual for the manufacturer's recommended pressure.
3. Adjust TIMER knob for 30 minutes. (Run time may be adjusted
depending on the condition of the vehicle’s fuel system.)
4. Press the ON/OFF switch on.
5.
Press and hold the START/RUN switch.
6.
Turn the Gasoline (Petrol) PRESSURE REGULATOR clockwise until the Fuel PRESSURE
gauge reads 4 PSI, or the equivalent of the manufacturer's recommended specifications.
7.
Release the START/RUN switch. Check all connections for leaks.
8.
Start the vehicle to begin the fuel system cleaning process.
x when the cleaning process is halfway completed, step on the vehicle’s accelerator quickly
three or four times. Then, maintain 1500 – 2000 RPM for 30 seconds.
9.
When the run time expires, the cleaning is complete. The unit will automatically shut off and
the alarm will sound. Press off the ON/OFF switch.
10.
Turn OFF the vehicle's engine.
11.
Turn the Gasoline (Petrol) PRESSURE REGULATOR counterclockwise on the unit to release
any residual pressure.
IMPORTANT
Wrap a shop towel around pressure fittings
before disconnection to protect against
residual fuel spray.
12.
Disconnect the battery leads, hoses, and adaptors. Return the vehicle's fuel system to its
normal operating condition by re-connecting the vehicle's fuel lines.
SEE NEXT PAGE
13.
Re-install the vehicle's gas cap.
14.
Start the vehicle and verify that there are no leaks.
15.
Test drive the vehicle for five kilometers (3 miles) immediately following the cleaning
service to flush all detergent from the vehicle's fuel and exhaust systems.
Throttle Body Injection (TBI) Setup Procedure
Follow the steps below to connect the unit to the vehicle's fuel system. Make sure the
vehicle has at least 1/8 tank of fuel before beginning this process.
1.
Start the vehicle and allow the engine to reach normal operating temperature.
IMPORTANT
Do not perform the setup or cleaning process if the
vehicle’s engine oil or coolant level is low.
If necessary, add oil and/or coolant to the vehicle.
2.
Turn the vehicle OFF when normal operating temperature has been reached.
3.
Turn the Gasoline (Petrol) PRESSURE REGULATOR counterclockwise until the regulator is
completely open. Verify that the ON/OFF switch is turned off.
4.
Attach the unit to the vehicle's battery by connecting the red battery clip to the positive (+)
battery terminal and the black battery clip to a solid ground point as far from the battery as
possible. Press the SERVICE SELECTOR switch to the side with Gasoline (Petrol) FUEL
SYSTEM SERVICE.
5.
Remove the vehicle's gas cap to relieve fuel tank pressure.
6.
Disconnect the vehicle’s fuel lines from the throttle body. There are now four open ends to
work with:
7.
Pressure Line
Return Line
From the tank to the throttle body.
From the throttle body to the
tank.
Add a pre-mixed gasoline and detergent mixture to the right side (gasoline /petrol) reservoir.
When filling the reservoir, add 1 oz. (30 ml.) of Detergent to 3 oz. (90 ml.) gasoline per
cylinder. See page 3-3 for alternate filling method (Refer to page 3-2 for the proper ratios.)
/!\ WARNING
Flammable Liquid can squirt out of pressurized lines when connecting or
disconnecting.
Wear Safety goggles.
Obtain ZERO pressure before connecting or disconnecting any fuel lines or
adaptors.
Wear chemical resistant gloves when connecting or disconnecting fittings and
adaptors.
Wrap shop towel around pressure fittings and adaptors when disconnecting.
Avoid exposure to flames, sparks, hot engine parts, and other ignition sources.
Explosion or flame or exposure to flammable liquid and vapors can cause injury.
8.
As shown in the figure below, connect one end of the loop adaptor (#060-2501) to the
pressure line coming from the vehicle's fuel tank. Connect the other end of the loop adaptor
(#060-2501) to the return line going back to the fuel tank. This forms a tank-to-tank loop,
making it unnecessary to disconnect the fuel pump.
9.
As shown in the figure above, connect the output (red) hose from the unit to the adaptor on
the pressure line going into the TBI unit.
10.
As shown in the figure above, connect the return (black) hose from the unit to the adaptor on
the return line coming from the TBI unit.
x
You are now ready to perform the TBI cleaning procedure.
Throttle Body Injection (TBI) Cleaning Procedure
WARNING: BEFORE BEGINNING THE RAIL FLUSH PROCEDURE IT IS
IMPORTANT TO TEST THE VEHICLE FOR INJECTOR LEAKDOWN. IF AN
INJECTOR IS STUCK OPEN IT IS POSSIBLE TO DAMAGE THE ENGINE DUE
TO ‘HYDROLOCK”. (LIQUID FILLING THE CYLINDER). IF THE VEHICLE
HAS INJECTOR LEAKAGE DO NOT DO THE RAIL FLUSH, PROCEDE
DIRECTLY TO THE ENGINE RUNNING-CLEANING PROCESS.
RAIL-FLUSH PROCEDURE. Follow these steps to circulate the cleaning mixture
through the TBI unit to clean the throttle body, injector screens, and pressure regulator.
1. Verify that TBI Setup Steps 1-10 above have been completed before
continuing.
2.
Refer to the vehicle's service manual for the manufacturer's recommended pressure.
3. Adjust TIMER knob for 10 minutes. Press the ON/OFF switch on.
4. Press and hold the START/RUN switch until pressure builds.
5.
Turn the Gasoline (Petrol) PRESSURE REGULATOR clockwise until closed. While in the
recirculating (rail-flush) mode, the TBI unit is being cleaned, and the particles are filtered
through the unit’s filter.
6.
Check all connections for leaks.
x
Make a note of the fuel pressure reading; this is the true opening pressure of the
vehicle’s pressure regulator without vacuum assist when the engine is at normal
operating temperature.
x
NOTE: By turning the Gasoline (Petrol) PRESSURE REGULATOR in and out and
“PULSING” the mixture from time to time, the cleaning process will be enhanced in
this mode.
7.
After the 10 minutes has expired adjust Timer knob for an additional 30 minutes. (Run time
may be adjusted depending on the condition of the vehicle’s fuel system.)
8.
Press the START/RUN switch.
9.
Start the vehicle to begin the fuel system cleaning process.
10.
When the run time expires, the cleaning is complete. The unit will automatically shut off and
the alarm will sound. Press off the ON/OFF switch.
11.
Turn OFF the vehicle's ignition.
12.
Turn the Gasoline (Petrol) PRESSURE REGULATOR counterclockwise on the unit to open it
and release residual pressure.
13.
Disconnect the battery leads, hoses, and adaptors. Return the vehicle's fuel system to its
normal operating condition by re-connecting the vehicle's fuel lines.
14.
Re-install the vehicle's gas cap.
15.
Start the vehicle and verify that there are no leaks.
16.
Test drive the vehicle for five kilometers (3 miles) immediately following the cleaning
service to flush all detergent from the vehicle's fuel and exhaust systems.
IMPORTANT
Wrap a shop towel around pressure fittings
before disconnection to protect against
residual fuel spray.
Port Fuel Injection (PFI) Setup Procedure
WARNING: BEFORE BEGINNING THE RAIL FLUSH PROCEDURE IT IS
IMPORTANT TO TEST THE VEHICLE FOR INJECTOR LEAKDOWN. IF AN
INJECTOR IS STUCK OPEN IT IS POSSIBLE TO DAMAGE THE ENGINE DUE
TO ‘HYDROLOCK”. (LIQUID FILLING THE CYLINDER). IF THE VEHICLE
HAS INJECTOR LEAKAGE DO NOT DO THE RAIL FLUSH, PROCEDE
DIRECTLY TO THE ENGINE RUNNING-CLEANING PROCESS.
Follow the steps below to connect the unit to the vehicle's fuel system. Make sure the
vehicle has at least 1/8 tank of fuel before beginning this process.
1.
Start the vehicle and allow the engine to reach normal operating temperature.
IMPORTANT
Do not perform the setup or cleaning process if the
vehicle’s engine oil or coolant level is low.
If necessary, add oil and/or coolant to the vehicle.
2. Turn the vehicle OFF when normal operating temperature has been reached.
3. Turn the Gasoline (Petrol) PRESSURE REGULATOR counterclockwise until the regulator is
completely open. Verify that the ON/OFF switch is turned off.
4. Attach the unit to the vehicle's battery by connecting the red battery clip to the positive (+)
battery terminal and the black battery clip to a solid ground point as far from the battery as
possible. Press the SERVICE SELECTOR switch to the side with Gasoline (Petrol) FUEL
SYSTEM SERVICE.
5. Remove the vehicle's gas cap to relieve fuel tank pressure.
6. Disconnect the fuel lines from the fuel rail. There are now four open ends to work with:
7
Pressure
Line
Return
Line
From the
fuel
tank
to the
fuel
rail.
From the
fuel
rail to
the
fuel
tank.
Add a pre-mixed gasoline and detergent mixture to the right side (gasoline /petrol) reservoir.
When filling the reservoir, add 1 oz. (30 ml.) of Detergent to 3 oz. (90 ml.) gasoline per
cylinder. See page 3-3 for alternate filling method (Refer to page 3-2 for the proper ratios.)
/!\ WARNING
Flammable Liquid can squirt out of pressurized lines when connecting or
disconnecting.
Wear Safety goggles.
Obtain ZERO pressure before connecting or disconnecting any fuel lines or
adaptors.
Wear chemical resistant gloves when connecting or disconnecting fittings and
adaptors.
Wrap shop towel around pressure fittings and adaptors when disconnecting.
Avoid exposure to flames, sparks, hot engine parts, and other ignition sources.
Explosion or flame or exposure to flammable liquid and vapors can cause injury.
8.
As shown in the figure below, connect one end of the loop adaptor (#060-2501) to the
pressure line coming from the vehicle's fuel tank. Connect the other end of the loop adaptor
(#060-2501) to the return line going back to the fuel tank. This forms a tank-to-tank loop,
making it unnecessary to disconnect the fuel pump.
9.
As shown in the figure above, connect the output (red) hose from the unit to the adaptor on
the pressure line going into the fuel rail.
As shown in the figure above, connect the return (black) hose from the unit to the adaptor on
the return line coming from the fuel rail.
10.
You are now ready to perform the PFI cleaning procedure.
Port Fuel Injection (PFI) Cleaning Procedure
Follow these steps to circulate the cleaning mixture through the Port Fuel Injection unit to clean the
fuel rail, injector screens, and pressure regulator.
1. Verify that PFI Setup Steps 1-10 above have been completed before continuing.
2. Refer to the vehicle's service manual for the manufacturer's recommended pressure.
3. Adjust TIMER knob for 10 minutes. Press the ON/OFF switch on.
4. Press and hold the START/RUN switch.
5.
Turn the Gasoline (Petrol) PRESSURE REGULATOR clockwise until the PRESSURE
GAUGE reads past 4 PSI. The pump will remain on.
6.
Release the START/RUN switch and continue to turn the Gasoline (Petrol) PRESSURE
REGULATOR clockwise until it is completely closed. This will clean the PFI unit, injector
screens, fuel rail, and pressure regulator while filtering contaminants through the unit’s filter.
Check all connections for leaks.
x Make a note of the fuel pressure reading; this is the true opening pressure of the vehicle's
pressure regulator without vacuum assist when the engine is at normal operating
temperature.
x NOTE: By turning the Gasoline (Petrol) PRESSURE REGULATOR in and out and
“PULSING” the mixture from time to time, the cleaning process will be enhanced.
After the 10 minutes has expired, adjust TIMER to 30 minutes. (Run time may be adjusted
depending on the condition of the vehicle’s fuel system.)
7.
Press the START/RUN switch.
8.
Start the vehicle to begin the fuel system cleaning process.
9.
When the run time expires, the cleaning is complete. The unit will automatically shut off and
the alarm will sound. Press off the ON/OFF switch.
10.
Turn OFF the vehicle's ignition.
12.
Turn the Gasoline (Petrol) PRESSURE REGULATOR counterclockwise on the unit to
release any residual pressure.
IMPORTANT
Wrap a shop towel around pressure fittings
before disconnection to protect against
residual fuel spray.
13.
Disconnect the battery leads, hoses, and adaptors. Return the vehicle's fuel system to
its normal operating condition by re-connecting the vehicle's fuel lines.
14.
Re-install the vehicle's gas cap.
15.
Start the vehicle and verify that there are no leaks.
16.
Test drive the vehicle for five kilometers (3 miles) immediately following the
cleaning service to flush all detergent from the vehicle's fuel and exhaust systems.
Continuous Injection System (CIS) Setup Procedure
WARNING: BEFORE BEGINNING THE RAIL FLUSH PROCEDURE IT IS
IMPORTANT TO TEST THE VEHICLE FOR INJECTOR LEAKDOWN. IF AN
INJECTOR IS STUCK OPEN IT IS POSSIBLE TO DAMAGE THE ENGINE DUE
TO ‘HYDROLOCK”. (LIQUID FILLING THE CYLINDER). IF THE VEHICLE
HAS INJECTOR LEAKAGE DO NOT DO THE RAIL FLUSH, PROCEDE
DIRECTLY TO THE ENGINE RUNNING-CLEANING PROCESS.
Follow the steps below to connect the unit to the vehicle's fuel system. Make sure the
vehicle has at least 1/8 tank of fuel before beginning this process.
1.
Start the vehicle and allow the engine to reach normal operating temperature.
IMPORTANT
Do not perform the setup or cleaning process if the
vehicle’s engine oil or coolant level is low. If
necessary, add oil and/or coolant to the vehicle.
2.
Turn the vehicle OFF when normal operating temperature has been reached.
3.
Turn the Gasoline (Petrol) PRESSURE REGULATOR counterclockwise until the regulator is
completely open. Verify that the ON/OFF switch is turned off.
4.
Attach the unit to the vehicle's battery by connecting the red battery clip to the positive (+)
battery terminal and the black battery clip to a solid ground point as far from the battery as
possible. Press the SERVICE SELECTOR switch to the side with Gasoline (Petrol) FUEL
SYSTEM SERVICE.
5.
Remove the vehicle's gas cap to relieve fuel tank pressure.
6.
Disconnect the vehicle’s fuel lines from the fuel distributor. There are now four open ends to
work with:
Pressure
Line
From the fuel tank to the fuel
distributor.
7.
Return
Line
From the fuel distributor to the
fuel tank.
Add a pre-mixed gasoline and detergent mixture to the right side (gasoline /petrol) reservoir.
When filling the reservoir, add 1 oz. (30 ml.) of Detergent to 3 oz. (90 ml.) gasoline per
cylinder. See page 3-3 for alternate filling method (Refer to page 3-2 for the proper ratios.)
/!\ WARNING
Flammable Liquid can squirt out of pressurized lines when connecting or
disconnecting.
Wear Safety goggles.
Obtain ZERO pressure before connecting or disconnecting any fuel lines or
adaptors.
Wear chemical resistant gloves when connecting or disconnecting fittings and
adaptors.
Wrap shop towel around pressure fittings and adaptors when disconnecting.
Avoid exposure to flames, sparks, hot engine parts, and other ignition sources.
Explosion or flame or exposure to flammable liquid and vapors can cause injury.
8.
As shown in the figure below, connect one end of the loop adaptor (#060-2501) to the
pressure line coming from the vehicle's fuel tank. Connect the other end of the loop adaptor
(#060-2501) to the return line going back to the fuel tank. This forms a tank-to-tank loop,
making it unnecessary to disconnect the fuel pump.
9.
As shown in the figure above, connect the output (red) hose from the unit to the adaptor on
the pressure line going into the fuel distributor.
10.
As shown in the figure above, connect the return (black) hose from the unit to the adaptor on
the return line coming from the fuel distributor.
You are now ready to begin the CIS cleaning procedure.
Continuous Injection System (CIS) Cleaning Procedure
Follow the steps below to circulate the cleaning mixture through the CIS fuel distributor to clean the
pressure regulator and the top portion of the fuel distributor.
1.
Verify that CIS Setup Steps 1-10 above have been completed before continuing.
2.
Refer to the vehicle's service manual for the manufacturer's recommended pressure.
3.
Adjust TIMER knob for 10 minutes. Press the ON/OFF switch on.
4.
Press and hold the START/RUN switch.
5.
Turn the Gasoline (Petrol) PRESSURE REGULATOR clockwise until the PRESSURE
GAUGE reads past 4 PSI. The pump will remain on.
6.
Release the START/RUN switch and continue to turn the Gasoline (Petrol) PRESSURE
REGULATOR clockwise until it is completely closed. This will clean the CIS fuel distributor
and filter particles through the unit’s filtering system. Check all connections for leaks.
x Make a note of the fuel pressure reading; this is the true opening pressure of the vehicle's
pressure regulator when the engine is at normal operating temperature.
x NOTE: By turning the Gasoline (Petrol) PRESSURE REGULATOR in and out “PULSING”
the mixture from time to time, the cleaning process will be enhanced in this mode.
7.
After the 10 minutes has expired, adjust TIMER for 30 minutes. (Run time may be adjusted
depending on the condition of the vehicle’s fuel system.)
8.
Press the START/RUN switch.
9.
Start the vehicle to begin the fuel system cleaning process.
x when the cleaning process is halfway completed, step on the vehicle’s accelerator quickly
three or four times. Then, maintain RPM at 1500 - 2000 for 30 seconds.
x If the vehicle is equipped with a Cold Start Injector, you may use a Pulse Tester to
energize the Cold Start Injector a few quick times during the run cycle to clean it.
10.
DO NOT ALLOW CIS VEHICLES TO RUN OUT OF FUEL. TURN OFF THE VEHICLE’S
ENGINE BEFORE COMPLETION OF THE RUN CYCLE.
11.
The unit will automatically shut off and the alarm will sound when the engine is
stopped. Press off the ON/OFF switch.
12.
Turn the Gasoline (Petrol) PRESSURE REGULATOR counterclockwise on the unit
to release residual pressure.
IMPORTANT
Wrap a shop towel around pressure fittings
before disconnection to protect against
residual fuel spray.
13.
Disconnect the battery leads, hoses, and adaptors. Return the vehicle's fuel system to
its normal operating condition by re-connecting the vehicle's fuel lines.
14.
Re-install the vehicle's gas cap.
15.
Start the vehicle and verify that there are no leaks.
16.
Test drive the vehicle for five kilometers (3 miles) immediately following the
cleaning service to flush all detergent from the vehicle's fuel and exhaust systems.
Before You Begin
Diesel systems
First Time Operation
The unit is tested at the factory with special test fluids then completely drained. These test fluids are
compatible with diesel engine systems. Because the unit is dry during shipping, it will be necessary
to prime the machine before it is put into service.
1.
Fill the units fuel filter completely with diesel fuel, approximately 1quart (0.95 L). Verify
that the unit’s fuel filter is securely in place on the unit.
2.
Check the output/return hoses, battery connections, and all external components.
3.
Attach the unit to a vehicle battery by connecting the red battery clip to the positive (+)
battery terminal and connect the black battery clip to a solid ground (11-15 Volts DC, 8
amperes at 12VDC).
4.
Pour 3 - 16 ounce cans (48 ounces, 1.42L) of Detergent for Industrial Diesel Tune
into the unit‘s reservoir, and 1/8 of a gallon (16 ounces, 0.47L) of diesel fuel. See page 6-2,
Figure A for alternate filling procedure.
5.
Connect the DIESEL SIDE output (red) hose and the return (black) hose to each other
using a matched pair of adapters. This will allow the fuel to circulate and fill the system with
solution.
6.
Switch the ON/OFF switch to the on position. NOTE: Alarm will sound
continually until pump starts.
7.
Press and hold the START/ON switch, the pump will supply fluid to the output hose.
Operate the system in this Prime mode for three minutes, then release START/ON switch,
and turn off the ON/OFF switch. Remove the adaptor.
The unit should now be primed and ready for service.
8.
Disconnect battery connections if unit is not to put into immediate use.
The desired ratio is 1:1 - One part cleaning detergent to one part diesel fuel can be added if
additional cleaner/fuel solution is needed.
When mixing in an external container, measure equal parts cleaner and fuel in a suitable
container. Keep container sealed when not in use.
See note on next page.
NOTE
Repeat the above procedures any time the unit’s
reservoir and filter are completely drained of fuel,
unless filling from a premixed 1:1 ratio of detergent
and diesel fuel mixture.
Diesel System Cleaning Procedures
Filling and Mixture Setup
Follow the steps below to obtain the proper fuel mixture for use during the cleaning
procedure. Make sure the vehicle has at least 5 gallons (18.9L) of fuel before beginning this
process.
1.
Start the vehicle. Allow the engine to reach normal operating temperature if possible.
NOTE:
The diesel engine cleaning system should be operated on a level
surface.
For best results, engine should be up to operating
temperature and fuel filters should be changed prior to service. Check
the engine’s oil level and add oil if necessary. DO NOT PERFORM THE
CLEANING PROCESS IF THE ENGINE OIL LEVEL IS LOW. Check the
coolant and add if necessary. If the engine is hot, check the level of the
overflow tank. DO NOT PERFORM (and if necessary, STOP) THE
CLEANING PROCESS IF THE ENGINE IS OVERHEATING.
2.
Turn the engine OFF when normal operating temperature has been reached.
3.
Remove the units diesel reservoir cap, and add the Detergent for Industrial Diesel Tune to
the system’s reservoir. The desired ratio is 1:1 - One part cleaning detergent to one part
diesel fuel. (Use 4oz. (118ml) diesel detergent per 1 liter engine size)
Note: It is recommended that a full tank mixture should be used when working with
engines that utilize electronically operated injectors.
4.
To add diesel fuel to the system’s reservoir using the 060-4500 adapter, see page 6-2,
FIGURE A. Reinstall tank cap onto reservoir, but leave cap slightly loose during the service.
IMPORTANT
When mixing the cleaner in an external container,
measure equal parts cleaner and fuel in a suitable
container. Keep container sealed when not in use.
5.
Attach the unit to a vehicle’s battery by connecting the red battery clip to the positive
(+) battery terminal and connect the black battery clip to a solid ground. 12 - 15 Volts
DC, 8 Amperes at 12VDC.
NOTE
If no lights turn on when the ON/OFF switch is turned on, check that the
battery clips are attached to the proper terminals on the 12-Volt battery
(BLACK clip to ground connection, RED clip to positive terminal). If the clips
are connected correctly, verify the condition of the vehicle’s battery.
Filling Reservoir Procedure
Figure A
To pump diesel fuel into units tank,
connect Red Hose to ball valve of
060-4500 tee adapter. Close ball
valve. Start engine, check for
leaks. Partially open ball valve
enough to allow fuel to flow into
i
Purging Air from the System (Priming)
It will be necessary to purge the air from the unit’s plumbing prior to connecting to the engine’s fuel
system.
1.
Connect the OUTPUT (RED) hose and the RETURN (BLACK) hose together using
adapters 060-1400 and 060-1100, as shown in FIGURE B below. Secure with hose
clamp.
2.
Press SERVICE SELECTOR switch to DIESEL FUEL SYSTEM SERVICE. Turn TIMER
past 5 minutes. Press ON/OFF switch to on. Press and hold the START/RUN switch.
Operate the system in PRIME mode for one minute, and then release the START/RUN
switch. The unit’s filter and hoses should now be purged of air that could possibly go
in the engine’s fuel system, if this procedure was not performed. Press off the ON
/OFF switch.
3.
Disconnect the adaptors.
Figure B
Diesel Fuel System Setup Procedures
1. Start the vehicle and allow the engine to reach normal operating
temperature (if possible).
IMPORTANT
Do not perform the setup or cleaning process
if the vehicle’s engine oil or coolant level is
low. If necessary, add oil and/or coolant to the
vehicle. Stop the cleaning process if the
engine is low on oil or overheats.
2.
Turn the engine OFF when normal operating temperature has been reached.
3.
If not already connected, attach the unit to a vehicle’s 12-Volt D.C. battery by
connecting the red battery clip to the positive (+) battery terminal and connect the
black battery clip to a solid ground.
4. Remove the vehicle's fuel cap to relieve fuel tank pressure, if necessary.
5. Disconnect the vehicles fuel lines going into the engines supply pump
and the return line coming from the injectors (if applicable). There are
now four open ends to work with:
Supply Line
/ Feed
1 - From the tank
2 - To the
supply
pump.
Return Line
3 - From
the fuel
return
line
4 - To
the tank.
IMPORTANT
Try not to allow excessive fuel loss when connecting
or disconnecting the hoses from the engine or the
engine may be difficult to start.
SEE NEXT PAGE
NOTE
Use an adaptor to plug off or loop back the fuel lines
going to the tank to avoid any spills.
NOTE
Some fuel systems have two return lines: one from the
injector pump and one from the injectors. When
connecting to these types of systems, verify that both
return lines have been captured. Usually they will join
together at some point before going back to the tank.
6.
As shown in FIGURE C on the next page, connect the appropriate adaptors at the points listed
in Step 5.
NOTE
Fuel filters and water separators in the
vehicles fuel supply line should be bypassed
whenever possible, as they can interfere with
mixture ratios and may release contaminants
into the engine during cleaning. But when
they cannot be avoided replace the vehicle’s
fuel filter and add extra cleaner to compensate
for large filter housings.
7.
As shown in FIGURE C on the next page, connect the OUTPUT (RED) hose from the unit to
the adaptor on the pressure line going into the engine’s fuel supply side. Connect the
RETURN (BLACK) hose from the unit to the adaptor on the return line coming from the
engine’s fuel return.
Diesel Cleaning Setup
FIGURE C
You are now ready to perform the Diesel cleaning procedure.
Diesel Cleaning Procedures
1.
Verify that Mixture, Priming, and Diesel Setup Procedures above have been
completed before continuing.
2.
Press SERVICE SELECTOR SWITCH to DIESEL FUEL SYSTEM and press the ON/OFF
switch on after turning TIMER past five minutes. NOTE: Alarm will sound until pump
starts.
3.
Press and hold the START/RUN switch. The unit will start and the pressure should rise. The
pressure can be checked by observing the FUEL PRESSURE gauge. Check all connections
for leaks and correct as necessary.
4.
Once the pressure has stabilized, release the START/RUN switch. Then start the engine.
Check for fuel leaks and correct as necessary.
5.
Once the unit and engine are running, the run time can be adjusted. The default run time is 60
minutes.
Soak Mode
Use of the Soak Mode Cycle improves fuel system cleaning results, but it may be
bypassed if a shorter service is desired.
1.
After 20 minutes of operation or half of the run time, whichever is less; a Soak Mode can be
initialized.
2.
Shut down engine. Then press off the unit’s ON/OFF switch. NOTE: This will shut
down the pump and fuel supply to engine, so it is very important that engine be shut
down first.
3.
Let fuel mixture soak in engine for at least 15 minutes. Turn TIMER past five minutes. Turn
the ON/OFF switch on. Press and hold the START/RUN switch to restart the unit and build
pressure.
4.
Continue on with the cleaning mode. Reset the TIMER to the time last shown before the
Soak Mode was initialized. Restart the engine. The cleaning cycle will continue for the
remaining run time.
NOTE
Additional Soak Cycles can be initiated by repeating
steps 2 through 4 as many times as needed.
Shut Down
1.
Just BEFORE the Run time expires, turn off the engine. During this time the pump will
continue to run and supply fuel to the engine, when the TIMER expires, the pump shuts down.
If the engine runs out of fuel, then it may be difficult to restart (especially if air is introduced
into the fuel system).
2.
Turn off unit’s ON/OFF switch.
3.
Disconnect the system battery clips from the vehicle battery.
4.
Using a shop cloth to catch spills, disconnect the OUTPUT (RED) and RETURN (BLACK)
hoses and adaptors from the engine. Reconnect the engine’s fuel supply and return lines,
making sure to tighten each connection.
IMPORTANT
Try not to allow excessive fuel loss when connecting
or disconnecting the hoses from the engine or the
engine may be difficult to start.
5.
Start the engine and check for fuel leaks. Drive the vehicle or run engine to use up any
remaining fuel mixture in the engine.
Troubleshooting and Additional Help
Refer to the list below in the unlikely event that you have problems with your MCS 352.
Problem:
Solution:
1. The MCS 352 is not operational or
trips breaker immediately.
Polarity is reversed on vehicle battery connection.
Check connections for correct polarity. Check
circuit breaker on the side of the cabinet.
2. Pressure Gauge on the MCS 352
displays maximum pressure upon
start up.
Output and Return hoses may be reversed. Turn
Timer to zero and check hoses for correct
connection.
3. Rapid loss of fuel from the MCS
352 reservoir.
Return hose connection may be incorrect, allowing
fuel/detergent to return to the vehicle's fuel tank.
4. Start/Run switch is on but
operation does not commence.
Check Timer. If no time is set, then turn the
Time knob to set the run time.
5. The MCS 352 performs poorly.
Check all hoses and wires for cuts or frays.
Check cabinet for dents or impact markings.
Verify that the fuel filter has recently been
replaced. (Refer to the maintenance log in
Appendix A to view dates of services
performed.)
ADDITIONAL HELP
Please verify that items 1- 7 above have been
reviewed before calling for additional
assistance.
In the unlikely event that problems persist with
the MCS 352, call: Your Local Distributor
Or: MOTORVAC TECHNOLOGIES INC.
1431 S. VILLAGE WAY
SANTA ANA, CA 92705 USA
PHONE: 714.558.4822
FAX:
714.558.0754
E-MAIL: Marketing@motorvac.com
WEB SITE: www.CarbonClean.com
Appendix A - Maintenance
Maintenance Procedures
The following maintenance procedures should be performed on a routine basis:
1.
Drain the unit’s fuel reservoirs and replace the fuel filters after every 30 cleaning services for
Gasoline (Petrol), or every 10 cleaning services for the unit’s diesel fuel reservoir for
maximum performance as described in the next section.
2.
Clean the exterior with a non-abrasive cleaning agent or similar product to keep the cabinet
looking new. Check the cabinet for dents or impact markings.
3.
Check all hoses and wires for cuts or frays.
Replacing the MCS 352 Fuel Filters
The unit’s gasoline (petrol) fuel reservoir should be drained and the fuel filter replaced after
every 30 cleanings to ensure maximum system performance and pump life. The unit’s diesel
fuel reservoir should be drained and the fuel filter replaced every 10 cleanings for maximum
performance.
Drain the Fuel Reservoir
1.
Turn the SERVICE SELECTOR switch to either Gasoline (Petrol) or Diesel FUEL SYSTEM.
2.
On the Gasoline (Petrol) side, turn the PRESSURE REGULATOR on the control panel
clockwise until it is completely closed.
3.
Attach the unit to the vehicle's battery by connecting the red battery clip to the positive (+)
battery terminal and the black battery clip to a solid ground point as far from the battery as
possible. Turn on the ON/OFF switch.
4.
Connect the #060-1400 adaptor to the output (red) hose, then drain the fuel from the
unit’s fuel reservoir using the following procedure:
x Set the TIMER until it displays five minutes.
x Direct the output (red) hose into an appropriate container.
x Press and hold the START/RUN switch until the fuel from the unit has been emptied into
the container.
x Release the START/RUN switch.
x On the Gasoline (Petrol) side, turn the PRESSURE REGULATOR counterclockwise until
completely open to relieve any residual pressure.
5.
Enter your initials, the date, and a check mark in the appropriate boxes of the Maintenance
Record at the end of this chapter.
Replace the Fuel Filter
1.
Remove the old fuel filter from the mounting station on the side of the unit’s cabinet and
install the new filter. Verify the filter is tightened securely.
2.
Add the mixture back into the reservoir.
3.
Check the filter for leaks.
4.
Enter your initials, the date, and a check mark in the appropriate boxes of the Maintenance
Record at the end of this chapter.
The unit is now ready for the next cleaning service.
Maintenance Record
Use the following table to keep a record of maintenance performed on the MCS 352.
Initial/Date
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
DRAIN FUEL
RESERVOIR
REPLACE FUEL
FILTER
CLEAN EXT.
CABINET
CHECK HOSES
AND WIRES
OTHER
9
9
9
9
9
Initial/Date
DRAIN FUEL
RESERVOIR
REPLACE FUEL
FILTER
CLEAN EXT.
CABINET
CHECK HOSES
AND WIRES
OTHER
9
9
9
9
9
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
Appendix B - System Accessories
Standard Adaptor Kit (200-3025A)
The standard adaptor kit is included with your system.
The most commonly used application is listed however, other applications may apply.
PART & NO.
QTY
2
060-1000
2
060-1100
2
APPLICATION
GENERAL APPLICATIONS
UTILIZING 1/4" FUEL LINE - MALE.
(USE WITH SUITABLE HOSE
CLAMPS.)
GENERAL APPLICATIONS
UTILIZING 5/16" FUEL LINE- MALE.
(USE WITH SUITABLE HOSE
CLAMPS.)
GENERAL APPLICATIONS
UTILIZING 3/8" FUEL LINE - MALE.
(USE WITH SUITABLE HOSE
CLAMPS.)
060-1200
2
060-1300
2
060-1400
060-1500
060-1700
060-1800
PART & NO.
2
1
1
QTY
GENERAL APPLICATIONS
UTILIZING 1/4" FUEL LINE FEMALE. (USE WITH SUITABLE
HOSE CLAMPS.)
GENERAL APPLICATIONS
UTILIZING 5/16" FUEL LINE FEMALE. (USE WITH SUITABLE
HOSE CLAMPS.)
GENERAL APPLICATIONS
UTILIZING 3/8" FUEL LINE FEMALE. (USE WITH SUITABLE
HOSE CLAMPS.)
CARBURETED VEHICLES WITH
5/16" FLARE FUEL INLETS.
USE WITH 060-3304 FOR SOME
FUEL INJECTED VEHICLES RETURN LINE.
CARBURETED AND EARLY FUEL
INJECTED VEHICLES WITH 3/8"
FLARE FUEL INLETS.
APPLICATION
1
060-2501
FORMS "TANK TO TANK" LOOP
ON ALL VEHICLES. USED TO
EXTEND VEHICLE'S RETURN
LINE DURING DIAGNOSTICS.
1/4" MALE.
1
060-2800
1
060-3100
080-3402
(O-Ring)
TBI AND/OR PORT FUEL
PRESSURE LINE - MALE.
G.M. VORTEC
M16 x 1.5
1
060-3105
1
080-3302
060-3300
LATE MODEL VEHICLES
TBI AND/OR PORT FUEL.
(GM-CHRYSLER-JEEP/EAGLE).
TBI AND/OR PORT FUEL
PRESSURE LINE - FEMALE.
G.M. VORTEC
M16 x 1.5
TBI AND/OR PORT FUEL
RETURN LINE - MALE.
G.M. VORTEC
M14 x 1.5
(O-
1
060-3305
1
080-3402 (O-
TBI AND/OR PORT FUEL
RETURN LINE - FEMALE.
G.M. VORTEC
M14 x 1.5
3/8" MALE SPRING LOCK
WITH CLIP (GREY).
PORT FUEL-RETURN LINE.
(USE AS PRESSURE LINE ON
SOME RANGERS AND BRONCOS)
Ring)
1
060-3505
3/8" FEMALE SPRING LOCK.
PORT FUEL - RETURN LINE.
(USE AS PRESSURE LINE ON
SOME RANGERS AND BRONCOS)
PART & NO.
QTY
1
060-3600
APPLICATION
1/2" MALE SPRING LOCK
WITH CLIP (BLACK).
PORT FUEL - PRESSURE LINE.
FORD
080-3602 (O-Ring)
080-3601 (Clip)
1/2" FEMALE SPRING LOCK
1
060-3605
PORT FUEL - PRESSURE LINE.
FORD
3/8" QUICK DISCONNECT
060-3901
1
PORT FUEL AND TBI
1
5/16" MALE
TBI AND/OR PORT FUEL
(GM-CHRYSLER-JEEP/EAGLE).
080-3904 (Clip)
060-4200
1
060-4300
1
060-3902
3/8"
TBI AND/OR PORT FUEL
(GM-CHRYSLER-JEEP/EAGLEFORD).
1/4" FEMALE
TBI AND/OR PORT FUEL
(GM-CHRYSLER-JEEP/EAGLEFORD).
Tee Adaptor
For Single Line Fuel Injection Systems
060-4501
2
060-0440
060-0450
2
HOSE CLAMPS. USE WITH 0601000 THROUGH 060-1500.
Deluxe Adaptor Kit (200-3026A)
The Deluxe adaptor kit is included with your system.
The most commonly used application is listed however, other applications may apply.
PART & NO.
QTY
1
060-1600
1
060-1602
2
APPLICATION
12MM BANJO FITTING
CIS OR EFI SYSTEMS.
IN CONJUNCTION WITH 060-1900,
060-1901, 060-1902.
12MM 90q BANJO FITTING
CIS OR EFI SYSTEMS.
IN CONJUNCTION WITH 060-1900,
060-1901, 060-1902
14MM BANJO FITTING
BMW AND LATE MODEL VW
PRESSURE LINE.
060-2402
060-3304
080-3302 (O-Ring)
1
USED WITH MV0601700
TBI AND/OR PORT FUEL
RETURN LINE - MALE
M14 x 1.5
1
060-3400
080-3402 (O-Ring)
1
060-3508
060-3700
080-3701
(Viton Seal)
1
USED WITH 060-1800 TBI AND/OR
PORT FUEL RETURN LINE - MALE
M16 x 1.5
"TEST PORT/SCHRADER VALVE"
CONNECTION - FORD. NOTE: THE
SCHRADER VALVE CORE MUST BE
REMOVED.
"TEST PORT/SCHRADER VALVE"
CONNECTION - GM.
5/16" QUICK DISCONNECT
2
060-3900
080-3903 (Clip)
PORT FUEL AND TBI
FORD 5 LITER
3/8" QUICK DISCONNECT
060-3901
1
PORT FUEL AND TBI
1
3/8"
TBI AND/OR PORT FUEL
(GM-CHRYSLER-JEEP/EAGLE).
080-3904 (Clip)
060-4300
2
6
060-1900
060-1901
060-1902
(Bolt)
(Washer)
(Nut)
2
1
3
060-2740
060-2741
060-2742
(Bolt)
(Washer)
(Nut)
CONNECTS 12MM BANJO
FITTINGS FOR DIAGNOSTICS
AND/OR CREATING A LOOP.
1
CONNECTS 14MM BANJO
FITTINGS FOR DIAGNOSTICS
AND/OR CREATING A LOOP
New / Optional GAS Adapters offered by MotorVac
The following GAS adapters have been added to the CarbonClean adaptor line-up. The adapters listed are not
included with any configured adapter sets & may be purchased separately from MotorVac Technologies, Inc.
PART & NO.
APPLICATION
Late Model Mitsubishi Products
(Also includes Chrysler Imports,
Various Kia, Suzuki, & Hyundai
Gas Powered Models)
060-4800 / Male Side
Late Model Mitsubishi Products
(Also includes Chrysler Imports,
Various Kia, Suzuki, & Hyundai
Gas Powered Models)
060-4805 / Female Side
“Bubble Flare” Type Adapter / 14 mm x
1.5
Common Applications Include:
Mercedes-Benz, Volkswagen, Audi,
060-2310 / Female Side
“Bubble Flare” Type Adapter / 14 mm x
1.5
Common Applications Include:
Mercedes-Benz, Volkswagen, Audi,
060-2315 / Male Side
Japanese / Toyota 14 mm x 1.5
Flare Type Adaptor
(Pressure Side)
060-2320 / Female Side
(O-Ring P/N: 080-2321)
Japanese / Toyota 14 mm x 1.5
Flare Type Adaptor
(Pressure Side)
060-2325 / Male Side
060-3101 / Male Side
080-3402
O’Ring
2000 & Newer Nissan Products
(Includes Nissan Quest & Maxima)
10-32 x ½”
080-0593
060-3102 / Female Side
2000 & Newer Nissan Products
(Includes Nissan Quest & Maxima)
I.C.S. (Intake Cleaning System) Kit
Part Number – (200-8667, Red Bottle)
One Kit Includes All Components Shown Below:
Air Filler Housing, 100-5009
(Includes Viton Valve Core, 100-5010)
(Includes Nylon Washer / Seal)
Valve with 9’ Siphon Tube
100-5019
Black Plastic Bottle Neck
100-5034
Spray Tube 6” 100-5043
(Included with Spray Nozzle)
Base O’Ring 100-5035
Spray Nozzle
100-5043
(Included with 6” Spray Tube)
Spray Tube 30” with Nozzle
100-5044
Note; Knurled Nut is
not available separately.
I.C.S. Repair Kit available Separately
Part Number – (200-5046)
One Kit Includes Components Listed
Below:
x
x
Valve with 9’ Siphon Tube (100-5019)
Base O’Ring (100-5035)
Appendix B - System Accessories
Master Adaptor Kit (MV P/N 200-3031)
Contact your Industrial Diesel Tune sales representative for information on obtaining the
Master adaptor kit. The most commonly used application is listed; however, other
applications may apply.
PART & NO.
QTY
2
060-1000
1
060-1100
2
060-1200
2
060-1300
1
060-1400
2
060-1500
GENERAL APPLICATIONS
UTILIZING 1/4" FUEL LINE MALE. (USE WITH SUITABLE
HOSE CLAMPS.)
GENERAL APPLICATIONS
UTILIZING 5/16" FUEL LINEMALE. (USE WITH SUITABLE
HOSE CLAMPS.)
GENERAL APPLICATIONS
UTILIZING 3/8" FUEL LINE MALE. (USE WITH SUITABLE
HOSE CLAMPS.)
GENERAL APPLICATIONS
UTILIZING 1/4" FUEL LINE FEMALE. (USE WITH
SUITABLE HOSE CLAMPS.)
GENERAL APPLICATIONS
UTILIZING 5/16" FUEL LINE FEMALE. (USE WITH
SUITABLE HOSE CLAMPS.)
GENERAL APPLICATIONS
UTILIZING 3/8" FUEL LINE FEMALE. (USE WITH
SUITABLE HOSE CLAMPS.)
1
12MM BANJO FITTING
IN CONJUNCTION WITH 0601900, 060-1901, 060-1902.
1
12MM 90q BANJO FITTING
IN CONJUNCTION WITH 0601900, 060-1901, 060-1902
060-1600
060-1602
APPLICATION
QTY
PART & NO.
APPLICATION
14MM BANJO FITTING
2
060-2402
1
FORMS “TANK TO TANK”
LOOP ON ALL VEHICLES.
1
3
1
CONNECTS 14MM BANJO
060-2501
060-2740 060-2741 060-2742
(Bolt)
(Washer)
(Nut)
1/4" MALE NPT.
1
060-3200
2
#4 FLARE, 45 DEGREE MALE
061-0004
#5 FLARE, 45 DEGREE MALE
2
061-0005
2
#6 FLARE, 45 DEGREE MALE
2
#5 X #5 FEMALE FLARE (45 )
COUPLER
061-0006
061-0505
PART & NO.
QTY
APPLICATION
2
#6 X #4 FEMALE FLARE (45 )
COUPLER
2
GENERAL APPLICATIONS
UTILIZING 3/16” FUEL LINE FEMALE. (USE WITH
SUITABLE HOSE CLAMPS.)
2
HOSE CONNECTOR FOR AIR
BRAKE TYPE FITTINGS 5/8”
061-0604
061-3510
061-5800
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