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Kangoo injector problems are relatively rare, but they can occur. Some of the most common issues include leaking injectors, clogged injectors, and faulty injectors.
Leaking injectors can cause a loss of power and an increase in fuel consumption. If your Kangoo is leaking injector fluid, it is important to have it repaired as soon as possible.
Clogged injectors can cause a loss of power and an increase in fuel consumption. If your Kangoo’s injectors are clogged, it is important to have them cleaned or replaced as soon as possible.
Faulty injectors can cause a loss of power and an increase in fuel consumption. If your Kangoo has faulty injectors, it is important to have them repaired or replaced as soon as possible.
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