Fuses are good. Fuel level is good. Spark is good. So why is it not starting? Save your time and money bringing your car to shop. If your car won’t start, check the engine and run the test using Automotive Fuel Injector Tester. You don’t have to be a professional to do this.
This injector tester with 41.5cm/ 16.3 inches test lead can work with any fuel pressure tester. Please NOTE: Gasoline car only, NOT the diesel engine
4 MODES - Large LED display with 4 pulse modes- Short/ Medium/ Long/ Continuous modes help to identify good or bad injector.
Mode 1: The tester outputs 1 pulse with a pulse width of approximately 250ms.
Mode 2: The tester outputs 50 pulses with a pulse width of approximately 7 ms per pulse.
Mode 3: The tester outputs 100 pulses with a pulse width of approximately 3.5 ms per pulse.
Mode 4: The tester continuously outputs pulses at a rate of approximately 50 pulses per approximately 1450 ms. The pulse width of each pulse is about 7ms.
DIAGNOSE INJECTOR PROBLEMS - you can use it to test each injector individually to help identifing stuck, leaking or burnt-out conditions. It works with engine off and pulse timer may be used with fuel pressure gauge.
MODE LOCK FEATURE- The mode lock feature ensures test condition uniformity.
RELIABLE- With CE Marking, it complies with all essential health and safety requirements set out in European Directives
Got this tester and pulled the injectors. Pulsed each injector into a white paper towel while shooting carb cleaning into each injector outlet...performing a reverse -flush, then hit it with 30 PSI air while pulsing with this tester. Did this about 5x for each injector. Motor runs like new again.
This product is 100% as derailed and arrived early. The construction is good and solid for the price, connections are not weak and flimsy. There was time toward the attention in detail of this product. I would highly recommend this to anyone that does there own diagnostics and repair of there vehicle's.
The tester is easy to use but it should come with smaller wire contacts. There isn't enough room to put on both contacts. It should come with an adaptor. I had to make one with wire clips.
Used this to trigger my fuel Injectors to clean them. I attached the correct wiring harness for the injector and plugged each one into the tester with some cleaner and compressed air. Cleaned each one without much fuss. I sprayed each one until I got a good spray pattern and then moved on to the next one.
Works perfect. Used it to test and clean injectors on my truck. Look up how to clean injectors on you tube. I found a video on there showing how to use this with a valve stem for a tire and a can of carburetor cleaner. It worked perfect. Truck has 94K miles. I saw almost a mile to a gallon difference after cleaning the injectors.