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Nissan Juke fuel injectors replacement

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Bought a 2014 Nissan Juke diesel last May 2018.   

Broke down last week, and after my mechanic couldn't find what was wrong, paid to get her towed to a Nissan dealer.

 

Result is 3 fuel injectors which are leaking, cost of replacement £1600 plus labour cost.

 

Can I go back to Nissan or garage where I bought it, and say I only have bought this car, and I cannot afford to get it fixed.

 

Any advice?


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if you are asking if they are liable to fix this FOC to you - the answer is no.

 

wear n tear.

unless you can find any evidence that Nissan guarantee their injectors for +5yrs.

 

 


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Just been informed that it probably was dirty diesel fro a local garage which was closed down because of illegal fuel


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so not leaking then but blocked up causing back pressure

 

pop them in a can of carb cleaner should work if you are lucky but you need to look at your fuel filter too as that should have caught the debris in the fuel too.

 

 


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Garage saying leaking


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If they are blocked because of contaminated diesel they will leak thru back pressure buildup..

 

granted ive only ever done disco 300tdi,nissan xtrail and ford 2.7 injectors but each time it worked.


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The garage is going ahead with the repair, as we need the car.

Interest free credit, but will be following this up with trading standards etc, garage that it was bought from.

will updat


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pers I don't think you have any recourse against the seller of the vehicle nor nissan

 

however, you might well have recourse against the owner/company of the local garage which was closed down because of illegal fuel .

have you proof of fuel purchase from them which corresponds to around the time resulting in their forced closure? and who closed them down?


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