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As diesel injection technology becomes more and more advanced so too does the technology to repair and service common rail injectors, hence specialist diesel repairers such as Diesel Services Auckland Limited continue to invest in new equipment such as the Hartridge CRI-PC.
The pc-based Hartridge common rail injector test unit will test and code Delphi and Bosch diesel injectors but it can only test Denso and Continental/Siemens injectors. This allows Diesel Services Auckland to provide testing and coding for diesel passenger vehicles such as the Holden Captiva, Holden Cruze, Holden Epica, and the new Holden Malibu when it arrives later this year.
Great Wall light commercial vehicles can also be serviced by the new Hartridge test unity as well as new JCB earthmoving equipment.
The unique feature of the new Hartridge injector test unit according to Diesel Services Auckland owner Mike Hurley, is that it can code each diesel injector individually with a fuelling code which is required when refitting the injectors back into the engine.
“The fuelling code created by the test unit then tells the cars ECU the exact characteristics of each injector, which is the key to ensuring optimal fuel efficiency and diesel compression,” says Mike.
Diesel Services Auckland is also a partner in the Bosch Common Rail Level III diesel injector repair programme, along with the other partners being:  Alltech Diesel and Turbo North Shore, Errol’s Fuel Injection Manukau City, Tauranga Diesel Services, Diesel and Turbo Wellington and Diesel Services Christchurch.
Mike says that being a Bosch Level III specialist enables the programme partners to be the “go to” people for all diesel injector issues as they have all made a significant investment in the tools and training specified by Bosch Diesel Service for this particular function.

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