MR CARTOOL Diesel Injector Removal Puller Common Rail Injector Remover M8, M12, M14 Thread Adapter For Bosch Delphi Injector
This puller assists with the removal of stubborn Bos ch and Lucas diesel injectors, saving time and money when injectors are difficult to remove. Supplied with M8/M12/M14 adaptors in a blow mould case for storage.
Manufactured from chrome vanadium steel and impacted for strength and durability.
Includes M8/M12 & M14 adaptors
Assists removal of stubborn Bosch and Lucas diesel injectors
Presented in a handy blow mould case
Incorporating a slide hammer
INJECTOR REMOVAL TOOL: The ABN Diesel Fuel Injector Slide Puller is designed for removing stuck common-rail diesel injectors quickly and safely without dismantling the cylinder head for injector nozzle cars; The injector remover kit contains a 1.3-pound (.6 kg) shop hammer weight and M8, M12, M14 adapters
REPLACING OLD INJECTORS: Fuel injectors are important as they are what injects fuel directly into the cylinder, but because of their continuous use, they are prone to cracks, breaks, and minor physical wear; Symptoms of this issue can range from rough engine idle, slow acceleration, misfire, bad gas mileage, to gas leaks; This fuel injector tool helps to easily remove injectors for testing and cleaning as well as replacement
GREAT FOR BOSCH AND LUCAS INJECTORS: This kit includes a 7-inch (178 mm) bar and a 1.3 lb. (.6 kg) slap hammer weight along with M8, M12, M14 thread adapters; This injector puller tool assists in removing stubborn Bosch and Lucas diesel injectors; Adaptors and slide hammer are stored in a convenient plastic box for storage and travel
DURABLE CONSTRUCTION: Made of a strong, durable steel, this automotive hammer puller tool is sure to pull even the toughest fuel injectors from tight positions; This remover kit has a steel rod with two threaded ends; The durable metal helps to increase pulling strength and force while also providing longevity for the tool
EASY TO USE: To use, first attach the tool to the injector you wish to remove, then yank the weight towards the handle to give an extra snap of weight to the stuck part; The force transfers to the shaft, pulling the attached end and injector in the desired direction; Repeat action until the part is removed; Always work with a cold engine to avoid damage and remember to replace all injectors as a set to keep engine balanced