Fuel Injection Repair Service
Fuel injection on a modern engine depends on a wide variety of parts all working in harmony. If any of these parts fail, then it will have you searching for “fuel injection service near me” pretty quickly.
Fuel injection has existed for decades in one form or another. Most drivers became familiar with fuel injection in passenger vehicles starting in the 1980s. By the early-1990s, the last carburetor powered vehicle (a 1994 Isuzu pickup) was sold, and fuel injection took over completely. Today, most modern engines have moved to direct fuel injection.
Symptoms of a Bad Fuel Injector
Every step in the fuel injection process needs to operate like a well-oiled machine to deliver the performance you expect. Joining high-pressure fuel delivery with electronically controlled fuel injectors gives a huge boost in efficiency to gasoline engines. Here are some common symptoms of a bad fuel injector:
- Engine won’t start
- Engine runs rough
- Engine is low on power
- Engine stutters or dies
- Bad fuel economy
- Fuel smell (gasoline or diesel)
Fuel Injection Repair at NAPA Auto Care
If your car, truck or SUV has any of the problems listed above, then you’re probably ready for the next step—finding fuel injection service. The type of fuel injection with which your vehicle is equipped determines the fuel injection service you need. Luckily, fuel injection repair is as close as your local NAPA Auto Care center.
As time passes, fuel injectors can become clogged, affecting their ability to spray fuel in an efficient pattern. Your local NAPA Auto Care experts can solve that problem with a fuel injection cleaning service. Utilizing special equipment and chemicals for fuel injector repair, your system will once again operate with high precision as designed, while also improving your fuel economy.
Your fuel pump is also a vital part of the fuel injection system. For fuel injection to work properly, fuel must remain under pressure. On a fuel injected vehicle, the fuel pump must push the fuel into the engine. For modern direct-injection engines, there is a low-pressure fuel pump in the fuel tank, which feeds a high-pressure fuel pump mounted somewhere on the engine. This secondary high-pressure fuel pump can push fuel at nearly 2,000 psi, which is what it takes to overcome the severely high pressures inside the combustion chamber.
What Does Fuel Injection Repair Cost?
When it comes time for a fuel injection pump repair, you don’t want any surprises. That’s why The NAPA Network offers the Auto Care Repair Estimator Tool! Simply select your vehicle year, make and model plus enter your zip code. Then select the repair service to get an instant estimate so you can budget accordingly.
Your local NAPA Auto Care has ASE-certified technicians who can pinpoint your fuel injection problems to get your car, truck or SUV running right again. And their expertise is backed up by our free 24-Month/24,000-Mile Peace of Mind Warranty. With 17,000+ NAPA Auto Care locations across the nation, you’ll have placidity wherever the road takes you.