2nd Hand 6M70 Fuel Injector , Used In Diesel Engine For Excavator SY412C 0445120006
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2nd Hand 6M70 Fuel Injector , Used In Diesel Engine For Excavator SY412C 0445120006
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Place of Origin: Japan
Brand Name: Mitsubishi
Model Number: 6M70
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0445120006 2nd Hand 6M70 Fuel Injector

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SY412C 2nd Hand 6M70 Fuel Injector

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0445120006 2nd Hand

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Packaging Details: Neutral Package or Fumigation Free
Delivery Time: 5 - 8 work days
Payment Terms: D/P, T/T
Supply Ability: 12 pieces
Specifications
Car Model: SY412C
Engine Model: 6M70
Part Number: 0445120006
Product Name: Used Fuel Injector
Condition: Used
Type: Diesel Engine
Color: Same As Pictures
Material: Steel
Product Description

 

 

6M70 Mitsubishi Diesel Used Fuel Injector For Excavator SY412C 0445120006

 

 

Specification

 

 

Part Name: Fuel Injector Assy Size: Standard
Category: Spare parts Cylinders Number: 6
Engine type: Diesel Test staus: Normal
Injection: Electric Injection Injector Code: ME223750

 

 

Description

 

After how many miles should fuel injectors be cleaned?

The average rate is every 3,000 miles, but there are some caveats. Consider that the standard car warranty projects an annual usage of 12,000 miles, which turns out to 1,000 per month. Put this in your calendar quarterly, provided you stick to these projected parameters.  If your car’s engine is a bit worse for wear, then you can expect it to burn fuel more quickly. Once it hits 100,000 on the odometer, switch to a high-mileage cleaner and aim to do it a bit more frequently. If you notice symptoms of issues and it’s been a while since your last fuel injection treatment, take it as a sign to add some. fuel injectors

 

What causes deposits and can they hurt my vehicle?

Carbon is the notorious element that’s leaving behind gunk on your system. As part of the gas you use, it interacts with the injectors and leaves traces behind. On a small scale, it’s no big deal, but over time, and without treatment, it will seriously compromise your ride’s function. To address this, just use a fuel injector cleaner that addresses carbon deposits. 

 

If my mechanic has advised me to replace my fuel injectors, should I do it? 

It might not be what you want to hear, but if your go-to mechanic tells you to replace your fuel injectors, you’ll need to change them. Damage begets more damage—corrosion leads to further damage, and if this natural wear and tear process isn’t managed over time, it will become irreparable. It’s affordable and only needs to be done every 3,000 miles or so, so save yourself the expense of replacement with proper maintenance. Listen to your vehicle for telltale issues when starting, trouble accelerating, general sputtering, and an iconic knock, and take it as a sign to add some fuel injector cleaner. If you leave it too long, you’ll need to replace your fuel injector.

 

 

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