|Place of Origin:||CHINA|
|Model Number:||0445120388 , 0445 120 388 , 0 445 120 388|
|Minimum Order Quantity:||1pcs|
|Packaging Details:||erikc standard pack|
|Delivery Time:||1-3 days after payment|
|Payment Terms:||L/C, D/A, D/P, T/T, Western Union, paypal|
|Item:||ERIKC 0445120388 Bosch Genuine New Injector||FOR Car:||WEICHAI|
|FOR Valves:||F00RJ01727 Injection Valve||FOR Nozzle:||DLLA145P1655 , 0 433 172 016|
|Injector Oem:||612630090001 00986AD1005||Material:||High-speed Steel|
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ERIKC 0445120388 Bosch Genuine New Injector 0 445 120 388 Automobile Engine parts 00986AD1005 for WEICHAI
|Type:||0445120388 Bosch Original Fuel Injector|
|Model No:||0445120388 , 0445 120 388 , 0 445 120 388 Bosch Fuel Injector|
|Injector OEM No:||612630090001 00986AD1005 Bosch Common Rail Injector|
|Application For Nozzle:||
DLLA145P1655 , 0 433 172 016Common Rail Nozzle
|Suit For Valve:||F00RJ01727 injection valve|
|Auxiliary Injector ball :||F00VC05001 , F 00V C05 001 Diesel Injector Valve Ball|
|Car Or Engine Type:||
CNHTC Howo 11.6D 480kW 09/2006-
|Packaging Details:||Neutral packing , ERIKC packing available|
|Lead Time / Delivery Time:||Within 12 days after payment ,you can get goods within 612 day.|
|Shipping Way:||DHL, FedEx, UPS, TNT, EMS, ARAMEX, By Air.|
|Payment Terms:||T/T, Western Union, MoneyGram, PayPal, Ect.|
|Current Export Market:||South/North America, Europe, Mid East, Africa, Asia, Australia.|
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FAQ: What is a remanufactured fuel injector
ERIKC Answer:A remanufactured fuel injector is a used fuel injector that has been ultrasonically cleaned, flow tested to make sure it complies to manufacturer specierikcation and then fitted with new O-rings, filters and pintle caps.
FAQ: Why do injectors need cleaning?
ERIKC Answer:Modern fuels are a complex blend of hydrocarbons and additives, many of which evaporate at different temperatures. Each time a hot engine is shutdown (heat soak), a small amount of gasoline is left on the tip of the each injector. Since the engine temperature is now above 200 degrees F, the more volatile compounds in the fuel evaporates and the less volatile elements dry on the injector tip and form solids. As time goes on, these accumulations grow and start affecting the injector spray pattern and fuel distribution.
Both Turbo and Supercharged engines are very tough on injectors due to the higher intake temperatures and turbo oil getting past the seals and depositing on the injector tips.
Older engines with worn rings and valve guides also contribute to the build-up. This blow-by gets introduced into the intake by the PCV system.
Failure to change the fuel filter and allowing moisture in the gas tank both have detrimental effects on the injectors. Rust can deposit itself below the injector filter and can cause serious problems.