Many Dealers use our service, to clean and recondition their Yamaha 60V-1390-00, 68F-13910-00 & 68F-13910-10 HPDI fuel Pumps and HPDI injectors.
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Dirt, rust and other contaminants which cause fuel injectors to become dirty and clogged are pumped through these expensive Yamaha HPDI (High Pressure Direct Injection) pumps and cause the internal filters to become restricted and clogged.
Water accumulation due to its presence in the atmosphere and ethanol in the fuel causes the Yamaha HPDI pump’s internals to become rusted. Internal valves now no longer seal properly and the HPDI pump loose pressure.
Contaminants and dirt settle on the sensitive reed valve like metal plates and check valves inside the fuel injection pump. Resulting in a pump that will not longer hold pressure. Dirt and contaminants also accumulate on other sensitive and precision internal components and eventually will cause premature failure. The smallest amount of debris can cause the piston to become stuck.
We offer a standard reconditioning service with a 3 – 4 days turnaround time or an expedited service with a 24 hour turnaround time.