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1-can treats up to 20 gallons. The can is 11 oz. which works out to .55 oz. per gallon. Manufacturer recommends adding it to a full tank and then refueling when you get down to a half tank. This keeps the treatment in the fuel as long as possible.
From your description and comments, I'd suggest you have a dead spot in your Throttle Position Sensor (TPS) right after idle (low end of the throttle). If the TPS is not reporting the correct throttle position, the computer will not lengthen the pulse width of the injector to give the engine more gas, which will in turn cause the engine to die. If you get ...
It clarifies half way through the article, stating "He clarified that Euro 4 fuel could still be loaded in old vehicles." (the "He" being Environment Secretary Ramon Paje). I don't think you'll have an issue.
I have found that NPT is a US standard for pipes and fittings. There is a Wikipedia page showing different conversions of the NPT standard.
I was able to resolve the starting issue by replacing the IAC valve.
Yes, you can relatively easily determine if your fuel filter is clogged. The XJ600 has a vacuum operated fuel pump below the downdraft carb bank. This is what it looks like. The stock fuel filter is an inline filter and this is what it looks like. As I'm sure you have noticed, the filter is a bit opaque and you can see if it is clogged. It's very easy ...
Sounds like the throttle plate is dirty, closing off the needed air for idle, causing the idle to be low, especially when cold when the engine needs more air to maintain proper idle speed. If the idle air control valve is compensating all it can to give more air, eventually it cannot go far enough to keep the engine running when cold. Try removing the ...
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