For state-of-the-art diesel diagnostics in Bickerstaffe, get in touch with the specialists. Fuel Injection Services is proud to be the North West’s leading diesel engine specialist. With more than fifty years’ experience, we are more than capable of offering a comprehensive range of services. They include common rail pump/injector repairs, fuel pump and turbo supply repairs, diesel diagnostics, vehicle servicing, DPF refurbishment, and more. We partner with prestigious brands such as Denso, Delphi, Bosch, Zexel, and VDO. Our facilities are easy to reach, just 15 minutes from the M6, M58 and M57 motorways, a mere 30 minutes away from Liverpool, and 45 from Manchester.
We understand the issues that customers face such as the need for greater fuel efficiency, less fuel consumption and compliance with emission regulations. In Bickerstaffe, diesel diagnostics is a top priority to ensure that your vehicle remains safe and in peak performance. What sets us apart from others in this sector is our 100% commitment to quality, affordable and sensible pricing and our focus on customer satisfaction. We strongly believe in innovation and ensure that our technical team is kept fully conversant with new technologies, products and modernization in the field of automobile engineering. Our technicians have the experience, training and qualifications to take on any make and model.
Diesel diagnostics in Bickerstaffe helps to identify issues swiftly and find its location without delay. For more details on how we can assist, contact Fuel Injection Services. As a local service we are in sync with every customer’s needs, preferences and budget. Poorly functioning fuel injection system prevents your engine from starting quickly when you switch on the ignition. You may also find that the engine misfires, or you find rough idling, the mileage plummets and your RPM needle does a crazy dance. The essential function of the fuel injector is to supply continuous fuel to the engine. You may feel a strong vibration from the engine, or the EML light stays on continuously when you have a problem with the fuel injection system.