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Hydraulic common rail diesel injector removal tool

Posted By phoenix 2/16/2010 2:53:45 AM
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Morning,

We have had a run of common rail diesel problems recently,and have really struggled to remove the injectors with-out damaging them,or the head or both

Is there an "all makes" tool available that works

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Darcy

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if you find one let us know darwen diesels do a hydraulic puller for about £600 but it generally pulls the threads off the injectors, we have resorted in some cases to have them spark eroded in the head , engine out and major expense on peugeot hdi,s the dealer advice was to smash them to bits along with the cam cover and fit new head etc complete, !
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Darcy and Swe.

Never not been able to remove an injector with patience and WD40 with an additive to lossen the black coal. I only use a light impact puller and so far only 1 injector beyond repair and zero heads off.

Kev.

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HiI've owned the pichler hydraulic puller supplied by Darwen Diesels for around twelve months

never had one pull the threads out of an injector but had one or two that wouldn;t come out

even with 20 tonnes of force on them and the complete set runs around two grand

it is a very impresive tool and also very efficient and compact in use

fits mercedes, peugeot, citroen, renault, fiat and many others

its only limited by your imagination at assembling all the adaptors

more and more vehicles will be needing this type of kit and age / mileage makes no difference

if they are stuck then they are stuck fast. iv'e had em stuck as low as 20.000 miles and not come out

hth

Tony

7/11/2012 11:37:00 AM by CYRIL
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Sealey Tools Bosch Delphi Diesel Injector Puller VS2049 and Innotec deblock
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Never had a head off yet.
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if they are stuck then they are stuck fast. iv'e had em stuck as low as 20.000 miles and not come out

Tony

I wonder how you would go on if ASNU got there their way. There would be some massive invoices for a servicew00t

http://www.aftermarketnetwork.com/News/Industry+News/item26954/

Wally

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Wally.

As far as i know ASNU only do petrol injector cleaning/testing machine,s Wink but if injector cleaning became part of a service it would make serviceing expensive.w00t

Kev.

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ASNU is definately petrol only................. I'Ve got one.

and a simple injector clean can make a hell of a difference to an engine, power and performance can improve dramatically.

works best on cars that have done a higher milage without being touched and using supermarket fuels.

8/1/2010 5:53:36 AM by ib1911
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I am constantly amazed at the number of people/companies that are either advising customers to smash injectors and cam covers to pieces to allow cylinder heads to be removed or stating new engine required.

there are other options out there............

i am also surprised at the number of people who state they have never had a seized injector !!

I have now done over 3000 seized injector removals in the last two years all over the UK, using the correct tools for the job makes all the difference.

cheap slide hammers and pullers off the likes of ebay are only any good if the injectors are already loose

large companies wouldn't manufacture hydraulic pullers to remove seized injectors if the problem didn't exist (you only have to search the net for your answer)

Fiat, citroen, renault, vauxhaul, peugeot, mercededs, landrover, etc etc etc all suffer from seized injectors

solvents, easing oils, carbon disolvers are only any good if it gets to the problem which on many engines it doesn't

take my advice........use the proper tool for the job or get someone in like me who has the proper tools to do it and save your customers the expense of a new engine or cylinder head

wasting hour upon hour trying to remove a seized injector with a tiny slide hammer or spending days making tools is not cost effective, it may sometimes work but at what price, did you charge out every hour spent on the last job you did ???????

I've spent thousands of pounds with BBA to get the correct tools for diagnostic work and it's been money well spent

the correct tool for the job always wins out (and the expierience and training to use it correctly of course)

Tony (www.apautodiagnostics.com)

4/17/2011 3:12:42 AM by ib1911
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with the Peugeot it's a nightmare as they have a black plastic collar between the injector and the head  that melts then glues its self to the head.

always taken them out on a hot engine and wd40, .the collar is usless afterwards 

Regards Cyril


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