It always seems to be a dilemma when deciding whether to replace just one diesel injector, or if the whole set should be replaced. in short, replacing diesel injectors in sets will save time and money in the long-run. Here's why.
Advantages of Replacing Injectors in Sets vs. Singles
Replacing injectors in sets ensures each cylinder is receiving the same amount of fuel because all of the injectors will most likely be in the same condition. The result is better performance and improved fuel economy.
If one injector is performing poorly, the chances are very high that the remaining injectors are in a similar condition, or will be in the near future. It is frustrating for a customer to return to the shop with repeated fuel injector failures. Replacing all of the injectors with reasonably priced, high quality injectors from GB Remanufacturing will ensure that the same vehicle does not come into the bay again for fuel injector failures.
The labor to do a single injector is often comparable to doing all of them. Offering your customer remanufactured fuel injectors will allow you to quote the total repair at substantially less than the original equipment dealerships.
GB Remanufacturing’s highly popular PremiumPACK premium diesel fuel injector sets were created and released specifically for these reasons.
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With easy access to US-based diesel technical support and comprehensive technical bulletins and tips include in the box, GB Remanufacturing PremiumPACKs are game changers for technicians when it comes to getting diesel fuel injection jobs done right the first time by replacing diesel fuel injectors in sets.
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