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Electronic Fuel Injection

Inject your car with energy, visit your local Repco Authorised Service to make sure your electoric fuel injection is in sharp shape.

The electronic fuel injection (EFI) system combines sophisticated computer controls with a high pressure fuel delivery system to provide optimum power and fuel efficiency.

EFI problems can be caused by dirty fuel or a blocked injector or a fault within the EFI system. These faults must be identified using advanced diagnostic testers. Common symptoms include; poor fuel economy, backfiring and rough idling.

Regular system cleans will ensure your car's electronic fuel injection system is operating at peak efficiency.

Advise your Repco Authorised Service centre if you are experiencing any particular fault or problem, as they are fully trained to carry out a complete EFI service and restore your engine to its peak running condition using quality components from leading manufacturers.

We are happy to answer any more questions you may have regarding EFI engine management or fuel systems. Book your next electronic fuel injection service with Repco Authorised Service. 

 

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Repco Authorised Service might be Australia's largest service network, but we pride ourselves on our friendly local service. We explain all of our work in a straight forward manner, and advise you of any extra work that may be needed, that is why we are the most trusted name in mechanics. Our 350 family owned workshops have all the expertise and knowledge, provided through an extensive training program, to ensure Repco Authorised Service can service and repair any car. We also offer a nationwide warranty on all of our work, because we are confident we can do the job the best.

 

Electronic fuel injection, EFI - everything you need to know and more

The electronic fuel injection (EFI) system is controlled by an electronic control unit (ECU). These systems often have anything in excess of thirty different engine and emission sensors all sending information continually to the ECU.

The ECU then monitors the information from the sensors and ensures the correct amount of fuel and air is used to provide optimum fuel efficiency and performance and also minimise exhaust emissions.