Fuel Injector

The Fuel system in your vehicle has many components, any of which can become faulty and repair or replacement may be required.

Fuel Injector
Air Flow Meter
Fuel Pressure Regulator
Fuel Line and Hose
Fuel Tank
Fuel Pump
Fuel Pump Relay
Carburettor (in vehicles manufactured prior to late 1980s).

At Boland's we can diagnose the faulty component of your vehicle's system and provide you with common sense advise to consider for your repairs.





Fuel Pressure Regulator

What is a Fuel Pressure Regulator? (pictured above)

EFI fuel Pressure regulators come in various shapes and sizes but all have the same purpose - to maintain a constant fuel pressure above the intake manifold pressure

Electronic Fule Pump

We have the specialised equipment and environmentally friendly solvents to clean and service the fuel injectors for your vehicle. (pictured left)

With pour system of cleaning these injectors you are looking after the environment and your vehicle will love you for it. We also recommend the use of Interject Fuel System Cleaner.  www.interject.com.au

Intank fuel Injection Cleaner

Interject Fuel System Cleaner offers the following results for your vehicle

  • Restores lost power and increases performance
  • Improve fuel economy
  • Absorbs moisture utilising it to clean the fuel and air intake system.
  • Keeps entire Fuel System free of harmful deposits
  • Enhances Ethanol blended fuels
  • Lubricates all moving parts in fuel system and upper cylinder area
  • Eliminates sulphur smell by cleaning the catalytic converter and O2 sensor.


Below: Carburettor usually in vehicles manufactured prior to late 1980s.

Carburetor


Whether you car won't start, has a flat spot, a miss, idling or rough run we can help. We have Fuel Pressure Testers and other required equipment to diagnose and repair the problem




Prior to the widespread adoption of Electronic Fuel Injection, most carburetted automobile engines used mechanical fuel pumps to transfer fuel from the fuel tank into the fuel bowls of the carburettor.

In many modern cars the fuel pump is usually electric and located inside of the fuel tank. The pump creates positive pressure in the fuel lines, pushing the fuel to the engine.

We can assist you with the replacement of Fuel Pumps. Pictured at left