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Injector puller

Discussion in 'Engine, Drivetrain, Fuel and Exhaust' started by Boydonegood, Sep 11, 2019.

  1. Boydonegood

    Boydonegood Senior Member

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    Hi guys

    Looking to buy a cheap injector puller to replace a seal.

    2010 w204 C350 Blue Efficiency

    Am I right in thinking Bosch Injector. What OB611 OB612 etc is it?

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    Oh your a star,.. Thank you

    Ive got to replace an injector seal and kinda guessing my luck that the injector isnt going to slide out.

    Would you know off hand what type injector puller is needed for the OM642? I see there is the "hook" slide hammer type and the "tube" one that kind of extracts it? Searching, but cant find any definative replies.
     
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    Sorry to say I don’t know! I would have thought that unless they are gunged up they'd Remove without a special tool and could well slide out?
     
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    These may help...
     

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    If it is to replace a seal then there’s a pretty good chance that there will be lots of gunge around the injector. Do a search on here for Black Death, sounds worse than it is. Plenty of how to’s also.

    Best advice would be to do it with the engine hot as it makes extraction easier. The tie down bolts are stretch bolts so need to be renewed. Plenty of advice on cleaning out the bolt hole and the torque (7Nm +90deg + 90deg IIRC, but please check).

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