Today’s generation of gasoline injected engines designed to run with unbelievably fine tolerances. They rely on parts that work at micro settings, milliseconds, millivolts and milliamps. When it comes to injector valves. The part that opens and closes at milliseconds delivering the fuel in milliliter quantities. The car manufacturers never recommend checking the injector tolerance. Why is that? Correct fuel quantity is not just important, it’s critical to the correct and efficient running of a gasoline engine. Why do they not recommend testing and servicing of the injectors? The petrol combustion engine needs three elements to work correctly:
AIR – IGNITION – FUEL The correct supply of all three are important, but only one is the pollutant.
THE FUEL Correct delivery, correct distribution and correct atomization is not a choice, it’s a need.
Injectors are fitted as standard on all cars produced and sold in Europe.
Today no equipment is available that will enable the technician to accurately analyze the condition of the injectors while they are on the car.
It is impossible for a technician to correctly and accurately diagnose faults on a fuel injection system without considering the injectors condition and performance.
It is impossible for the technician to adjust the engine correctly if it has poor injector performance.
Lacquering of inlet valves. Excessive bore wear. Clogging of catalysts are the primary results of poor injector performance. The injector valves are now a major part in controlling and decreasing of exhaust emissions.
A decrease in the fuel droplet size will improve fuel economy, increase performance and reduce exhaust pollution.