Wednesday, December 23, 2015

Chrysler Combustion Chamber Conditioner, Part No. 4-192 Part No. 3419126. (1972)


a liquid that was available from any Chrysler, Plymouth, Dodger dealer parts department.

a comment from JSFURY :" I used it to clean out the carbon in one of my MoPars I was driving at the time and brother let me tell you, this shit WORKED! You can't find this stuff any more as it was bad for catalytic converters which is way the parts departments were dumping it at that time."


images from http://www.ebay.com/itm/Mopar-Dodge-Oil-Can-Combustion-Chamber-Conditioner-1972-16-fl-oz-New-/281867329238?

5 comments:

  1. BINGO Jesse, That's the stuff. ;))

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    1. You insprired me to look it up! This can went for 15 bucks, and then the seller sold the next can for 35, most go for 50 bucks

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  2. All the manufacturers sold the same product, made by the same chemical company and rebranded with Chrysler, GM, Ford or AMC trademarks and logos. And it did work on carbon clogged up engines. Too much low RPM lugging with marginal gas and the carbon build up around the valves would reduce compression and cause rough running. A can of this stuff through the carb, a HUGE plume of white smoke out the back and - hey presto! The old clunker settles down to a nice smooth idle. I sold a ton of this stuff to AMC/Jeep dealers back in the day.

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    1. Still wish it was around so I can use it in my non computer, pre catalytic converter vehicles.

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