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Valve, Urea Injection
Valve, Urea Injection
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When should the Injector be replaced?

Cars have been using fuel injectors for over twenty years. While the technology has fundamentally improved, the basic design has remained the same and with it the problems. One of the most common problems with an injector is a blockage. Bad fuel and maintenance can cause it to get blocked which hampers the flow of fuel. It can then cause an array of problems including but not limited to stalling, bucking, and excessive fuel consumption. The latest vehicles have special sensors which are capable of detecting a problem. That said if you don’t own one a mechanic should be able to diagnose the problem and recommend a replacement.

Signs of problems with fuel supply

The injector is responsible for supplying the engine with the fuel it is required to operate. So, when there is something wrong with it, the engine will not be supplied with the necessary fuel. Most modern vehicles rely on multiple electronic valves. So, the car will start up, but there will be problems with it running. Common signs of a problem are irregular idling, bad fuel economy, stalling and even the engine check light will come on in some cars. If you experience any of these issues, it would be a good idea to take your car to a mechanic for a thorough inspection.

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