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At Western Turbo, We Know Injectors!

Western Turbo and Fuel Injection is your Winnipeg area expert in repair and maintenance of diesel and gasoline injection systems. We’ve been in the business since 1979, and have consistently shown ourselves to be committed to our customers. Through amalgamation of other facilities, Western Turbo has built itself into the premiere supply and repair facility in the area.

As an expert in diesel technology, we have developed a strong knowledge base and have invested heavily in equipment to service fuel injection systems. Because our customers need us to have it, we invested in a Bosch EPS 815 Common Rail Injector Tester, the only equipment certified by Bosch to test their Common Rail Fuel Injectors and one of two such machines in Canada.

This tester allows us to perform diagnostics on Bosch Fuel Injection Systems while preserving our customers manufacturers warranty.

Our expertise extends to other fuel injection technologies as well. Many automobile manufacturers have recently begun incorporating Gasoline Direct Injection technology into their cars, which basically brings the technique of injecting fuel directly into the vehicle’s cylinders, which is how it generally works in diesel engines to their gasoline powered counterparts. There are significant benefits in terms of fuel efficiency and power output in this technology. The downside is that many repair facilities lack the experience and equipment to deal with these specialized system.

Not Western Turbo. Because we’re diesel experts, we’ve been around the block with Direct Injection. Many shops will swap in a whole new set of injectors when fuel supply problems turn up, which can be extremely wasteful in the event that only one or two of them require replacement. Most of the time, injectors can be returned to use after a thorough cleaning, but you need the equipment and expertise. We have both.

Western Turbo has a state-of-the art repair facility at 325 Eagle Drive in Winnipeg.

Diagnostics and Maintenance – The Bosch Common Rail Diesel Injection System

The Bosch Corporation needs no introduction – it has been a leader in worldwide technological innovation since it was founded in 1896.

Bosch is the world’s largest producer of parts for the automotive industry. The company’s name is synonymous with brakes, headlights, starter motors, and fuel systems.
The Common Rail Diesel injection system that’s been pioneered by Bosch has proven to be a game changer in diesel engine applications, for both cars and trucks.

The Bosch Common Rail Diesel technology uses a single fuel rail that feeds fuel to the engine through individual solenoid valves at very high pressure. The resulting control over the fuel system (controlled by computer) provides many fuel economy, performance, and emission control advantages over other fuel injection technologies.
Bosch’s technology is largely responsible for improvements to diesel engines in recent years that have led to widespread adoption of diesel powered passenger cars in Europe, and their increasing popularity in North America.

For commercial applications, Bosch CRD is the new standard. It’s very robust.
To keep Common Rail Diesel Injection systems operating at top performance, regular diagnostic inspection is required. Unfortunately, there are relatively few qualified service locations in Canada.

Western Turbo has installed the Bosch EPS 815 Common Rail Fuel Injector diagnostics system, the only Bosch authorized equipment for the testing of these systems. There are only two such systems available in Canada.

In the hands of our trained technicians, this diagnostic equipment is capable of complete analysis of your fuel injection system, and Western Turbo’s technicians can carry out any necessary adjustment and repairs. We are an exclusive distributor of Bosch parts, and put know how important safe, efficient, and reliable operation of your equipment is. Conveniently located at 325 Eagle Drive in Winnipeg, we are standing by to keep your engine, which powers your equipment and the Canadian economy, running.