What Should it cost 2009, BT50 Injector seals??

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  1. mikee

    mikee Well-Known Member

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    Need to have the injector seals done on the BT50, Its the older 2009 model, Gonna get a price from the local Mazda people but anyone out there working for on of the dealerships give me a rough Idea of what it should cost. We would normally get it done at a local guy but given all the dramas we had last time(s) its going to the dealership.
    I guess cost will be similar in all brands maybe..............??
     
  2. Savage1

    Savage1 Well-Known Member

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    Is it just the copper crush washer things to replace? How often are you meant to do them?
     
  3. Ingrid 51

    Ingrid 51 Well-Known Member

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    Based on what I used to pay for my 2011 Hilux with common rail 3.0 turbo, cost could be the difference between normal service cost and $1100. In other words, when my truck needed injector seals replaced every X,000 Kms, it cost me around $1100 for the whole scheduled service. I now drive a petrol Suzuki.
     
  4. longrange308

    longrange308 Well-Known Member

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    Depends if they have leaked, there is also 8 seals for oil and the 4 copper washers
     
  5. mikee

    mikee Well-Known Member

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    I know one is leaking, I have had a price of $350 but given the track record this particular place has with our vehicle it will be off the Mazda Dealership (yes I know we will get reamed) but at least it will be done right??
     
  6. longrange308

    longrange308 Well-Known Member

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    Depends who gets the job I guess,
    If one has been leaking extra time will add up polishing seats etc, dealer will change all seals which from memory are pricey for what they are
    But you had a shit run so you gotta do what ya gotta do
     
  7. Beetroot

    Beetroot Well-Known Member

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    You would hope so, but my in laws had problem with the Toyota dealership being absolutely hopeless trying to fix their Toyota car.

    Good thing about sticking with a dealership is that if there are any problems down the track they can't claim it was fixed by someone unqualified, and out of warranty claims can be a lot easier/not impossible.
     
  8. gimp

    gimp By Popular Demand Staff Member

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    haha
     
  9. veitnamcam

    veitnamcam Almost literate.

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    Hopefully they are good with the nuts and bolts stuff.......
     
  10. mikee

    mikee Well-Known Member

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    And there you have it in a nutshell. After the last rigmarole we had I will just suck up the cost as being the "dealership" they have no excuses
     
  11. Maca49

    Maca49 Well-Known Member

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    Shoulda bought a Ford!!!!:thumbsup:
     
  12. mikee

    mikee Well-Known Member

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    And the kicker is my 1993 2.8 SWB Pajero hack continues to operate with very little "maintenance" despite being drowned twice in its life already
    Small workshops might be cheap but they seem to have neither the skills nor equipment to service modern diesels.
     
  13. Paddy79

    Paddy79 Well-Known Member

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    Goodluck mikee
     

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