North Coast Diesel Service has a large range of injectors and parts in stock to suit Toyota, Nissan, Mazda, Ford, Hino, and Mitsubishi.
In the past, you would find that each engine manufacturer would use the same Diesel Injection System supplier for many years. Now, because of the global market, engine companies shop around and use the ones offering the best deal. For example, Nissan can use Denso or Bosch.
Steinbauer develops, manufactures and supplies components for modern diesel engines.
Developed and designed in Queensland – and made in Austria – these include the best performance chips on the market.
A leading supplier of diesel parts and accessories, Direction Plus is known for quality and reliability.
We stock a range of Direction Plus filter kits for CRDi engines.
Delphi is a supplier to European vehicles and Asian manufactures, including Ford, some Hyundai models, Kia, Tata Motors, and SsangYong.
This manufacturer supplies Toyota, Nissan, Hino, Mitsubishi, and others, and is probably the most common CRDi in Australia, because of Toyota and Nissan.
Bosch is big in Europe and Australia – and most likely the biggest in the world, and most progressive. It supplies Mercedes, Nissan, Volvo, Peugeot, and many others.
This company is only a small manufacturer of CRD equipment for vehicles, but was big in pre-Common Rail days (1975 to 2012).
Yanmar makes its own fuel injection systems, which makes parts hard to locate and expensive.
Originally known as Roosa Master, this is a US company, that is big in industrial machines, such as Cummins, John Deere, and Perkins Engines.
Siemens AG is a German conglomerate company headquartered in Berlin and Munich. It is the largest manufacturing and electronics company in Europe, with branch offices abroad. Siemens manufactures Piezo-operated CRD injectors and CRD pumps, which are fitted to Peugeot, Ford Ranger 3.2, Mazda BT50, and others.