Fuel Injector Cleaning and Flow Testing Service.
Call us today at 1 800-381-2065
Monday – Friday: 8:00 AM – 6:00 PM, Saturdays: 8:00 AM – 2: PM (Central Standard Time)
Why pay 4 – 16 times or even more for new fuel injectors or, at minimum, double the amount for remanufactured fuel injectors if you can have your clogged, dirty or leaking fuel injectors restored to their original condition for as little as $18.00 per injector? Our reliable cost effective and OEM approved ultrasonic fuel injector cleaning service and flow testing will do just that for you.
If we cannot rebuild your fuel injectors to function like new, we will not charge you for our time!
While the electronic fuel injection systems in today’s cars are incredibly sophisticated and has to adapt to a wide range of conditions, their real-world performance often comes down to the accuracy and consistency of the injectors themselves. Each injector must deliver precisely the right quantity of fuel with the correct spray pattern at exactly the right instant; thousands of times per minute, or performance, economy, and engine smoothness will suffer. It is therefore of the utmost importance to keep the fuel systems as clean as possible. On newer cars this can be achieved by using quality gas and the occasional use of a good fuel injection system cleaner.
Once drive-ability issues starts to occur due to fuel injector problems, such as dirty or clogged fuel injectors, we here at Injector RX has proven that the only way to truly guarantee a clean fuel injector is by removing them from the engine and put them through our ultrasonic fuel injector cleaning and flow testing process. Both the injector cleaning equipment and the ultrasonic fuel injector cleaning and flow testing process we use is accepted and approved by the largest fuel injector manufacturer in the world.
Cleaning fuel injectors outside the engine with the proper injector cleaning equipment is the only cleaning method that guarantees your fuel injectors will operate like new. No other fuel injector cleaning method can and will give you such guarantee.
We don’t just clean fuel injectors we understand fuel injection systems and the way they function. Give us a call and let us help you with your fuel injector problems. We like helping our customers.
Or call us today at 800.381.2065 for more information. We can help clean your fuel injectors and save you money, too! We service fuel injectors for people nationwide!
With our manufacturer approved ultrasonic fuel injector cleaning service and specialized computer controlled fuel injector testing equipment, we can restore your dirty, clogged or leaking fuel injectors to operate at the same level and standard as that of a new fuel injector. After all, reconditioned or remanufactured fuel injectors are a used, leaking, dirty or clogged fuel injector that has been ultrasonically cleaned, flow tested and fitted with new O-rings, filter baskets and pintle caps.
Test Fuel Injectors:
Upon arrival for fuel injector cleaning service the fuel injectors are externally cleaned, numbered and then inspected for external damage. Fuel injectors with visual cracks and exposed coil windings are rejected and will not be serviced and cannot be reused because they could pose a fire hazard.
The fuel injectors are then Ohm tested for resistance. Injectors failing the resistance test are set aside and will not be cleaned because they are deemed to be irreparable. We do not charge you for the tests done on fuel injectors that are not repairable.
Fuel injector testing equipment:
Under operating pressure, usually 43 psi /3 bar, the fuel injectors are visually checked for pintle, ball or disc seat leaks. Fuel injector spray patterns are checked for atomization and distribution and finally a flow test is done to determine the amount of fuel the injectors delivers.
GDI or direct fuel injectors are tested at 73.5 PSI (5 bars) only. This procedure is also factory approved and done at lower than operating pressure due to the dangers involved with testing at high pressure.
Fuel injector cleaning process:
Where applicable fuel injector components such as O-rings, filter baskets and pintle caps are removed. The injectors are now placed in an ultrasonic bath containing a hot fuel injector cleaning fluid.
Whilst the fuel injectors are opened and closed at various speeds for approximately 25,000 – 30,000 times the cleaning fluid enters the fuel injector nozzle and in conjunction with the ultrasonic sound waves start to break loose the dirt inside the fuel injector. Once this process is completed the injectors are back flushed to remove all traces of dirt and contaminants.
Read more about our fuel injector cleaning procedures and pricing.
Fuel Injector Flow Testing:
The clean fuel injectors are now re-installed in the fuel injector flow bench where they are again checked for leaks. The injectors are tested under various duty cycles and rpm levels for fuel injector atomization and distribution. Fuel injector flow volume is tested for evenness under rpm and then a final fuel injector flow test is done under static conditions.
Once the fuel injectors pass all the required tests, new O-rings, filter baskets and pintle caps are installed if and when available. The injector cleaning process is now complete and the reconditioned fuel injectors are lubricated and placed in a plastic bag. A comprehensive report is prepared for the owner and included.
Note: We don’t easily give up on leaking fuel injectors or fuel injectors that proof difficult to clean. In most instances we will keep on trying until the fuel injectors work the way they should. We will not charge you for the extra time spent and if we are unsuccessful we will not charge you at all.
Fisher House Foundation
In appreciation to those who have served and sacrificed, Injector RX donates 50 cents for every injector cleaned and serviced, towards the: Fisher House Foundation
We also ultrasonically clean:
- Fuel rails
- Throttle bodies
- Carburetors and small oil coolers.
We Do Not Service:
- Diesel Injectors
- GM Vortec CPI injector “spider” assemblies
- Ficht Fuel Injectors