Hi matt, just wanna stress that im only offering my profesional opinion on this matter, and you dont have to follow exactly what i say. I just hope to help you sort your problem out without you spending money on it in areas which you dont need too. If all the injectors are taken out and tested, they may well find a problem with them and rectify it but its not 100% that the injectors are the cause, A leak off check is a quickest way to check the injectors for fault without removing them from the engine.Most decent garages will have a kit to test and know how to do it.Or find a diesel specialist. A good one we use at work is a company called feather diesel, you can find them online. brillient company, they really know their stuff! you can always ask them for advise too.
Ive had a fair bit to do with diesels, more the later common rail stuff, they are pretty advanced and you really have to understand how they work to be able to fix them, But honestly there are guys out there are really know there stuff on these, and what ive told you is pretty basic! :)
Let me know how you
get on. Im up in the north region of uk, feel free to pm me if you wish.
Saturday, 19 December 2009
Edited Saturday, 19 December 2009