A fuel injector comprises a valve and atomising nozzles. Should one of your car’s injectors need replacing, Sunrise Service & MOT Centre offer a guaranteed professional service.
Like any other part of the car, fuel injectors can break over time. It’s important to know how to identify a damaged fuel injector for the health of your vehicle; read on to learn more about this vital component of the car.
What does the fuel injector do?
Every car has a fuel injection system, which includes a number of fuel injectors. These work to dispense the fuel into the engine efficiently. Problems with your engine could be caused by a faulty injector, which will need repair or possibly replacement, should there be an issue.
How can I tell if a fuel injector is damaged?
If your fuel injector is broken, it may be difficult to spot straight away but there are signs that you should look for. A damaged injector can cause your car to judder and shake when you’re driving, whilst stalling is a common occurrence.
A bad fuel injector will either deliver more or less fuel to the engine and can completely fail to operate altogether. If you’ve noticed your car has bad fuel economy, a broken injector could be one of the issues.
What can I do about this?
Injectors can have all kinds of problems with them. They may have seized or snapped, been welded onto or may have worn over time. At Sunrise Service & MOT Centre, our team of specialists can remove and fit a new fuel injector to your vehicle at a cost-effective price.
We have a 100% success rate when it comes to fixing fuel injectors and should there be any other issues that need fixing with your car, we can identify them with a full service whilst we’re fixing the fuel injector.