- How do I know if I need to clean my injectors?
- Why should I have my injectors serviced?
- How much will it cost? Our pricing is listed on the home page. Simple answer is Injector Cleaning starts at $20 per top feed injector.
- What injectors do you service?
- Do you flow match injectors?
- My injectors are stuck. Can you fix them?
- How long will it take?
- Will my o-rings, grommets, filters be replaced with the service?
- Why don't I just use an Injector Cleaner and pour down in gas tank?
- Are there injectors you can't fix?
- If my injectors (or one of my injectors) are not serviceable, will I still be charged?
- What can I do if my injector(s) are not serviceable?
Dirty injectors cause several engine problems. Check engine light, poor gas mileage, hesitation, stalling, surging, pinning, slight overheating, difficulty in passing SMOG inspections or lack of power can be caused by dirty injectors. If you have over 80,000 miles on your engine, we recommend getting your injectors cleaned.
Fuel injectors are the most neglected part on our cars, yet it is the single most import part in the vehicle's fuel system. If any of the above symptoms occur or you are having your vehicle tuned up, have your mechanic pull out the injectors so you can have them professionally cleaned. Over time, coupled with the fuel we use today, the tips get clogged from solid deposits and the injector filter becomes clogged and restrictive. When your injector is performing like new it improves emissions, fuel economy, power and a much smoother running vehicle.
We service nearly every gasoline fuel injector that is installed in cars, trucks, ATV and off road vehicles, snowmobile, Marine inboard and outboard, motorcycles, scooters and personal watercraft injectors. We do not service gasoline direct injectors (GDI) at this time.
Yes we can. It is not possible to adjust an injector's flow. Once the injector is cleaned, for most types, it will be well balanced with other like injectors. Having said that, for us to flow match a set of Reman injectors, we will need several sets of injectors to give you the best flow matching injectors you desire. Call for details.
We run across stuck injectors quite often. With a few exceptions, through our cleaning process we are able to revive stuck injectors. Today's gasoline we put into our vehicles has very little stabilizers and if the vehicle sits for more than a month with out running, often times the injectors get stuck.
Our turn around is at most 24 hours, unless we have an especially difficult set of injectors. Our cleaning process normally takes between 3 and 4 hours. If injectors are dropped off at our shop location before noon, we can provide same day service. If mailing the injectors to us, we will have them in the mail back to you either the same or following day, depending when we receive the package. Generally, USPS Priority mail takes 2 days. Express return shipping can be request if time is an issue.
Yes, everything on the outside of the injector will be replaced with new parts, to include the filter. The exception is if you request "Testing" only, then none will be replaced. All other services, all the external parts will be replaced.
We believe that the Injector Cleaner you purchase at a parts store or auto mechanic shop is not much more than a gimmick. There is no injector cleaning service, whether it be an on car type cleaning or by pouring it down your gas tank, that could clean and restore an injector that is professionally cleaned on a injector cleaning machine.
Yes, we have seen internally rusted injectors we were unable to restore. We have also had a set of injectors that had some foreign material (gasket sealer, we suspect) that our cleaning solvents were unable to break down. Occasionally, we will see case leaks, where the plastic and metal meets. Lastly, if an injector fails electrically, there is no way to repair that injector.
You will not be charged for a fully restored injector. We will charge you a testing and flow fee of $10 per injector that we are unable to restore. The truth be known, for any "problem" injectors we spend a significant more amount of time attempting to make your injector serviceable. It is not often this occurs.
If an injector is stuck and we are unable to fix it or if the injector electronically fails, nothing more can be done to salvage that injector. Your choices are to purchase a new one through a local auto parts store, go online and find a reasonable priced Reman injector, or allow us to help you replace the injector with our Reman injectors throughout AUS Injection supplier. Generally your cost per injector runs between $35 to $50 per injector.