helpful tips for your diesel fed engines:
The diesel fuel injection pump / injectors is the heart of your
diesel engine. Take good care of it.
the use of dirt and water contaminated diesel fuel. Change filters
and drain your tank regularly to remove dirt and moist formed water.
of the services of a qualified diesel mechanic to check on your
vehicle regularly before any serious damage and expensive repairs
of the services of a duly authorized and well-equipped service center
that can do factory specified calibration using original spare parts.
calibrated injection pump and injectors is more expensive resulting
from engine premature breakdown and consequent down time for non-usage
of your vehicle.
the use of fake and spurious parts. Request for factory guarantee
for your repairs. Only duly authorized service centers can give
you these, at no extra cost.
service tips for fuel inejctor service:
the fuel injection system of a diesel engine, fuel injectors act
as a link between the fuel injection pump and the engine. They contribute
to fuel metering, prepare the fuel, deliver it and seal the fuel
injection system from the combustion chamber.
a major component of the fuel injector, injection nozzles must operate
at peak efficiency. Once the nozzle spray is altered, engine performance
and emission are adversely affected.
the first sign of an engine miss or loss of power, the nozzle should
be checked, but only after other potential culprits, such as plugged
fuel filter, have been found to be in proper working order.
tips that are dirty and covered with carbon will not allow a proper
spray pattern to be injected into the cylinder. Nozzles that are
not clean may allow dripping, produce a distorted spray pattern
or suffer excessive leak-off. In which case, it will adversely affect
up pointers for your diesel vehicle.
of excessive emission.
ever think of mixing diesel with gasoline or kerosene.
on Diesel Emission Testing
on Petrol Emission Testing