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Brilliant service from the guys, work was carried out efficiently (full service and MOT). Answered any questions in a friendly manner, wouldn’t hesitate to book again. Best price i could find and the friendly attitude of staff was a nice bonus.
Although pricey I was kept to date, my car was picked up and dropped off and the team went the extra mile to get it done that day. Would thoroughly recommend
Great service from start to finish. Kept in touch regarding what was needed for car to get through the MOT
Very pleased with the service from the garage. Didn't feel as though they were trying to 'upsell' or rip me off
Excellent service from start to finish
They were really helpful and accommodating, and really reasonably priced for the work carried out, had a new cluch and duelmass flywheel . Will definitely use them again
Excellent friendly service, good job and price, would definitely use you again. Thanks
Very competitive price and excellent service
Quick and efficient. Thank you for great service.
Quick and effective
I expected a bit more communication in the beginning, however I find this garage to be one of the better garages I've dealt with before. They were very through and did their upmost to maintain their time lines. I'm happy with the outcome
Top quality service
Top quality service
car collected, repaired and returned for the cost. 2 years on and the clutch is still working fine. would definitely recommend
5* would recommend and would go back if needed to
Excellent and reliable service, exactly what was promised
Patrick was very charming, professional and efficient
Excellent. Clutch went in the morning and was back up and running by the evening. Highly Recommend
What a great service provided by Patrick who kept me updated every step of the way - and sets the standard for all car repair companies. Barry picked up the car on Monday evening and then dropped by the very next day. Can't recommended these guys enough. A+++++
Excellent service fast turnaround very reliable trustworthy would definitely use again
Jobs all done and completed
Very good service overall.
Did exactly what they said they would do.
Good garage, did the work well and in a reasonable amount of time. Fair prices and good mechanics! Would def use again.
Very quick service and very capable mechanic.
Great service. Collected and delivered the same day. Went above and beyond to get my car back to me.
Disappointed a new auxiliary belt wasn't fitted, but I blame myself for not mentioning it , but a Gates belt was fitted as I asked
Good experience, nice guys, good work at reasonable price. Will use again.
Mot To expensive job
This garage is really trustworthy Ivy send you pictures and videos of all the work being carried out the garage I used before to carry out repair on my car actually butcher it they did so cowboy repair but Ivy and her team was able to correct all the faults done by previous garage and I am happy with the work done
Great garage honest place if I have any more problems with the car will be going back them.
Kept me informed of the parts and jobs to be carried out. In took 2 weeks to sort, however I was in no rush.
Rob and his team are very knowledgeable and have a very positive attitude. They gave me a better diagnosis then the BMW garage and their honest evaluation saved me both money and time! Thank you guys!!
The cost of Fuel Injection System will likely differ greatly depending on which BMW model you have. Combining the varying cost of parts and the difference in labour hours needed to complete the job, different BMW models will cost different amounts for Fuel Injection System. Take a look below at the average quote for Fuel Injection System on WhoCanFixMyCar.com for some of the top BMW models.
|BMW Model||Average Price||Get Quotes|
|BMW 3 Series||£198.27|
|BMW 1 Series||£128.71|
This table uses data from quotes provided on WhoCanFixMyCar.com between 18/08/2019 and 16/11/2019.
The fuel pump is responsible for pumping fuel into the cylinders of the engine and performs an extremely important function in the running of a car.
Fuel injectors are susceptible to becoming dirty and often require cleaning, when they become clogged they can cause noticeable problems when driving.
There are some tell-tale signs that your fuel injector needs cleaning so as soon as you see the following indicators, take your BMW to a mechanic.
You can buy fuel injector cleaning kits and perform the job yourself, however this will require getting your hands dirty and removing the part from the engine.
Unless you are a trained professional, this can be a difficult job which is why we would recommend that you leave the work to mechanic!
However, if you would like to carry out the work yourself, here is a step by step guide on how to clean a fuel injector.
The first step is the easiest, simply go to any shop around that sells car cleaning kits and get your hands on a fuel injection cleaning kit.
There may be more than one type of kit as different so make sure to get the right one for your car.
You may even have to assemble the kit yourself by buying cleaning fluid and other materials if there is not a full kit on sale.
Make sure to ask for help if you don’t know what to look for.
Each car is different and so the fuel injector will be located in different places. The easies way to find the part is by using the manual that came with your car when your first bought it. This will list where the fuel injection pump is.
This is where the job starts to get technical and we would once again recommend that you only follow these steps if you are familiar with car maintenance and are able to navigate a car engine with ease.
The fuel injectors will be connected to the fuel pump and there will be a few of them.
Remove the injectors and connect a fuel return line or U tube which will divert the fuel back to the tank.
Specific vehicles will require the complete removal of the fuel pump or relay for proper cleaning to be possible.
There should be a section in your car owners manual that tells you about how to disconnect the injectors from the pump and connect a U tube or return line so pay close attention to the instructions.
You should consult your car owners manual to locate the vacuum line, once you’ve found where it is in the engine, remove the tube.
The first thing you’ll need to do is locate the fuel pressure test port and connect your new cleaning kit.
The kit itself will have detailed instructions on how to perform this task.
The cleaner fluid itself is flammable so it’s vital that you don’t spill any of it over your engine or get it on the injectors themselves.
The cleaning kit works by shooting cleaning fluid and air at high pressure around the fuel system, however there needs to be somewhere for the air to escape just in case there is a blockage and a build up of pressure begins.
Ignoring this precaution could result in serious damage being caused to your car.
Make sure that all of the connections are properly fixed and ensure the fuel pump is switched off.
Now its time to turn on the engine.
The cleaner will then circulate through the injectors until the cycle is complete, make sure to follow the exact instructions on your specific kit as the time to leave the engine on may vary from kit to kit and engine type to engine type.
When you have switched the engine off, you will be free to remove the cleaner and reconnect all of the other parts that you have disconnected.
Once more, follow the instructions on in your car owners manual and on the cleaning kit itself to ensure this is all done properly.
Remember to close the fuel cap once you have completed cleaning your fuel injector.
This is the moment of truth and when you will find out whether you have managed to complete the job properly.
Turn on your car engine and listen to see if there are any abnormal sounds coming for the engine. If this is the case then you should take your car to a mechanic immediately and tell them what has happened.
However, if your car is still suffering from the symptoms we listed earlier in the guide, your fuel injector pump and injectors may need replacing and cleaning them has simply had no effect as they are damaged.
If cleaning the parts of the fuel injection system has not resolved your issue, you will need to take your car in for repair.
As there are several parts that make up the system there may only be certain parts that require repair or replacement so costs and time taken to complete the work will vary greatly.
If you have attempted to clean the system with using the advice above, make sure to tell the mechanic as they will likely attempt to carry this work out in a first attempt to resolve the issue.
Finding a mechanic you can trust to do a good job and charge a fair price, is not always easy, which is why we simplified the process.
We work with a network of 8,000 mechanics and garages across the UK so we can find competitive fuel injection repair and cleaning deals for you.
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