Mercedes Fuel Injector Service Plano Richardson Allen McKinney TX
For the best Mercedes-Benz fuel injector service in Plano, Allen, Richardson, McKinney, or Frisco call the pros at Linear Automotive. We provide quality repairs for Fuel Injectors or other fuel system problems. Our certified Mercedes service in Plano is only minutes away so come visit us. Once you do it will become clear why more people in North Texas are choosing to do business with Linear Automotive.
Mercedes Fuel Injector Repair
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We can diagnose and repair your auto back to peak performance. Linear Automotive only uses recommended factory OEM parts in their repairs and services. The parts connected to the fuel injector are the fuel rail, fuel injector, fuel injector seal o-rings and fuel injector connector with wiring. The purpose of the fuel injector is to spray a fine anatomized mist of fuel into the cylinder for complete combustion. The finer the fuel injector mists, the better the combustion and the better engine power. The fuel injectors are attached to the fuel rail which is filled with pressurized fuel ready to supply to the injectors for their spray job into the intake valve.
The injectors spray a precise metered amount of fuel through a very tiny hole to produce a fine atomized spray. Autos with fuel injectors are more responsive due to this system over the older carburetor system. The amount of fuel supplied to these fuel injectors is determined by the oxygen sensor reporting to the ECM engine computer. There the air-to-fuel ratio monitored by this ECM computer sends either a longer or shorter current to the fuel injector coil determining how long the injector stays open.
Fuel injector problems occur usually when they get older. The fuel rail or even the injectors can clog up so they provide too little fuel and they can leak and continually drip providing too much fuel. Symptoms include no starting, rough idling, misfiring, hesitation, pinging noises, low performance and low power, jerking, stalling and failing the emissions testing,. After a drive when the vehicle is turned off, the heat will continue to rise and build up higher than the operating temperature in the engine. Any gas mixture in the engine will start to evaporate and dry out leaving the various constituents of the fuel such as the hydrocarbons and olefins on the intake valves, and fuel injectors.
This is considered a heat soak which leaves a varnish or residue on the fuel injectors. Over time this accumulation of residue will eventually cause problems in the tiny injector filter and tip resulting in the need to be cleaned or replaced. A failing Diesel fuel injector that is worn may not close off completely and continue to leak and drip and pool around the chamber area. It affects the fuel rail by reducing its pressure so that when the injectors fire, they are not fully firing due to this low pressure. The symptoms include not starting and possibly a smoky exhaust system. If there is much leakage from the injectors and diesel pooling around the cylinder, it will reduce the engines power.
The first fuel injection system was the single-point or throttle body injection (TBI) replaced the carburetor system with one or two injector nozzles placed in the throttle body or the air intake manifold. The next step in the injector development was the multi-point fuel injection (MPFI). This multi-point system is used today with an injector nozzle dedicated to each cylinder. This has a better air-to-fuel ratio due to better measurement of fuel. Another type of injector is the sequential fuel injector system (SFI). These injectors are timed in a sequence like spark plugs and are more efficient than the MPFI. The newest development is the direct injection which takes the fuel a step further and precisely measures more precisely than the other injection types. This system injector sprays fuel directly into the combustion chambers past the valves. This in the past has been more common in diesel engines, but is now available in gasoline engines called DIG or direct injection gasoline. Our certified ASE® professionals can provide your fuel injection analysis and advise whether a cleaning or replacement is needed. Whether they need a fuel injector cleaning or fuel injector replacement, we have certified ASE® technicians that are very capable to diagnose and repair your Mercedes problem(s).
Mercedes Fuel Injector Repair With 5 Star Customer Service
If your Mercedes Fuel Injectors need to be repaired give Linear Automotive a call and we will be glad to schedule an appointment. Our certified mechanics help people who need Mercedes Fuel Injector Repair in Plano, Richardson, Allen, McKinney, Frisco, The Colony, and all surrounding areas in North Texas.
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