Seen a cheap deal online? Consider this. The majority of the diesel fuel injection system parts sold online are NOT for Australian engines, or are made in China. By buying local products, you can expect quicker delivery; easy returns if something is wrong, plus you can talk to a REAL person!
North Coast Diesel Service has a large range of injectors and parts in stock to suit Toyota, Nissan, Mazda, Ford, Hino, and Mitsubishi. Parts and injectors not in stock can be ordered for next day delivery.
North Coast Diesel Service sells and fits Steinbauer performance chips for CRDi engines. Developed and designed in Queensland – and made in Austria – these are the best performance chips on the market. A Steinbauer performance chip will increase the time of the pulse to the injector. Unfortunately, some other brands actually increase the fuel pressure, which could create major issues in your system. Steinbauer also offers an excellent warranty and customer back-up.
Today’s diesel fuel injection systems offer far better results than their predecessors, but there are still things you can do to enhance performance.These include the fitting of performance injectors and pumps. We have performance injectors available for:
Correct filtration is central to protecting and maintaining your diesel fuel injection system. Dirty fuel or contamination can cause major performance issues, so it is essential to filter the fuel at each stage of the injection process. Filters are an affordable way of ensuring your vehicle is running in peak condition. We stock a range of Direction Plus filter kits for CRDi engines.
North Coast Diesel Service offers a wide range of superior diesel fuel injection system parts.We deal with major diesel part manufacturers, to ensure you get the best quality for the best price.
All CRDi engines have a EGR valve, which circulates exhaust gasses back into the inlet manifold for pollution reasons. Over time this causes carbon to accumulate in the manifold. This requires the manifold to be removed and cleaned, approximately every 100,000km, by using a catch can. This will collect the oil vapour and reduce the build-up in the manifold.