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Cat c15 6nz injectors

Hi,

I've just bought a new car (99 Honda Accord 3.0l V-6) but it needs an injector change because the car has no power at all at low revs.

The dealer wants to charge $2500 for a new set of injectors, even though the car has only 6k miles on it.

This seems like a massive amount to me, but I am not the best judge of these things.

Does anyone know how much these things would go for, or what the quality of the current Honda injectors are?

What sort of car is this? If it is a late model, look in the owner's manual to see how many miles the car has. If it is a newer model, look up the service manuals to see what service requirements have to be done. That will give you a good indication of how many miles it has.

Honda requires mntenance for their vehicles, they usually start at 7500 miles and can run as high as 100,000. You don't have to take the car to the dealer every time. The mntenance schedule can be found on the back of the owner's manual. They don't charge you for this service. They are required by the manufacturer and the government to keep these machines functioning and running.

You can either get a local mechanic to do the service for you, or if you are confident you can handle such reprs, then you can go to a parts store and have them install it for you.

If you have not already done so, it would be a good idea to go through your manual. It will tell you if the injectors need replacing and what they need replaced with. You may be able to save some money by purchasing them and having them installed for you.

Thanks for the replies guys. The car has over 7,000 miles on it, but the service manual doesn't say anything about the injectors needing changing.

I have called Honda, and they seem to think there's a problem with the injectors, so they won't give me a refund on them. They say they can repr it themselves, but it will cost $2500, and I'm not willing to go through that hassle.

I think they're probably right, but I'd like to know what's the going price for them.

The injector is a very simple, cheap and easily replaceable part. They aren't like the spark plugs that the dealers have to spend a lot of time on. I wouldn't worry about the price. They are the only part on the engine that has to replace itself when worn. A good used injector will run a lot cheaper than the cost of a new one.

The injectors are not the only thing that need to be replaced when the engine is due for service. There is a lot of mntenance that has to be done on a car and even the cheapest cars require a certn amount of mntenance.

I would have it done by a good mechanic before it becomes too expensive. I'm not sure why you would have to pay $2500.

I would have it done by a good mechanic before it becomes too expensive. I'm not sure why you would have to pay $2500.

The reason why they will charge you is that they are a reputable dealer who is in a position to mark up the prices to make the dealer more money. They do this for profit purposes, because they have to.

It is very difficult to come up with a fixed cost for things like this. I could not think of anything else that would need replacing.

If you are worried about it becoming too expensive, you could shop around to find a reputable dealer in your area. They will usually work with you and you can ask them for a better deal.

What do you think, am I being a bit too cheap? I'd hate for my money to go to waste.

This is what's going to happen, when you say you don't want to spend $2500 you are in fact saying that you will take the chance and save the $2500. But you'll save nothing. Honda does have a right to charge whatever they want.

I don't think you are being too cheap. I would have done the same thing and would have been surprised at the price. However, the $2500 is a huge price to pay for something that could have been done at a cost of $300. You have to remember that the dealer needs to cover the costs for the service, and for the parts that are needed to be replaced. In the end, if they find that there is not a problem with the injectors, and if you didn't have a service contract, then they could simply charge you the $2000, and then you could just take it to another dealer for the $300.

Honda has a pretty low mntenance schedule for the injectors, and a simple injector replacement will only take them about 15 minutes. So, I'm surprised that Honda wants to charge you $2500 for such a simple replacement, as they must have some sort of special mntenance that has to be done for the injectors.

I would think that they could have done the work for you, and saved you a couple of hundred bucks. However, if there is no problem with the injectors, then they can still make you pay the $2500 for the service.

It would be good if you talked to Honda about the situation, as they have to answer to the car owners who have a problem with the injectors. Perhaps they can talk you out of the $2500.

It would be good if you talked to Honda about the situation, as they have to answer to the car owners who have a problem with the injectors. Perhaps they can talk you out of the $2500.

The problem is that I don't have a car that can do this service for me. I have a brand new car and I don't know anyone who has a car like this. It will have to be done by them, and then I will have to wt for them to do it, and then I'll be out of luck. I'm looking for the cheapest way to get


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