Quick remedy for starting problems
Normally, well-maintained vehicles start relatively reliably, even in very wet or low temperatures. But every now and then it can happen that the ignition simply does not manage to ignite the mixture of fuel and air. This does not always have to be due to a weak battery. Sometimes it is enough to spray some Starting Aid spray into the carburettor or the intake of the air filter. The spray increases the flammability of the fuel, making ignition likely even with low ignition power. Caramba Starting Aid is also excellent for getting stubborn lawn mowers and chain saws, as well as very old vehicles or badly worn generators to start again.
How to use the Caramba Starting Aid spray
The spray is sprayed directly into the carburettor or the air filter intake and is therefore easy and safe to use. Depending on the engine size, just a few sprays are enough. Start the engine immediately after spraying and repeat the process if necessary. You can also watch this video