Hey guys, relatively new to the board.
I'm in the middle of replacing the timing components on my 2012 Range Rover Sport Supercharged.
I have the supercharger off so I can see the valves are coked up badly. This is the first Direct Injection vehicle I have had, I see from my research this is a very common problem on DI vehicles.
I searched, but I didn't see any "fixes". A few folks mention an "induction service" using some type of machine. I suppose I can try that after I get the vehicle back together, but what can I do right now while I have access to the valves? Spray some type of cleaner I assume?
Thanks in advance. (btw I will soon post a mini DIY & tips/tricks for timing service on a Supercharged vehicle soon - since Atlantic British's timing video was on a NA vehicle)