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Replacement Fuel Injectors

Some forklifts are run off of purely electrical or even pneumatic systems, so you might find the concept of a replacement fuel injector to be a little unusual. If you’ve ever been told that you need to replace the injector on one of your lifts, then you may be at a loss for what you’re supposed to be doing. Fortunately, you’re in luck because there are so many different components that are up to the task of doing so.

Whether you’re looking to replace the entire injector or just need some spare components, Helmar Performance Technology Parts has you covered.

Forklift Fuel Injection Systems

In theory, forklift fuel injection systems are designed in much the same way as those in cars, trucks, and other automobiles. As a result, there’s a good chance that you won’t have too much difficulty with the replacement process. While you’re working on it, though, keep an eye out for any other components that need to be replaced. This is a good time to look into fuel filters and everything else that you might have otherwise overlooked during the normal operation of your lift.

Nikki Injectors

Perhaps no other brand of the fuel injector is as well known as Nikki. Since their components fit a wide array of makes and models, you’ll certainly want to browse through their catalog when shopping for components. Consider the possibility that you might want to swap in an Anderson injector even when you’re doing other work on your lift.

Transmission components and fuel injectors aren’t necessarily directly related in terms of your lift’s drive train, but that doesn’t mean that you wouldn’t want to take a look while you have the opportunity. Nikki’s parts are usually certified for a certain length of time, which should ensure that they’re able to stand up to quite a bit of usage when compared with most other types of injectors you’re likely to run into.

Fuel Injector Holders & Parts

Holders and Mounts for fuel injectors are usually made to fit a specific piece of equipment. You’ll want to take down the make and model of your forklift before ordering so, so you can ensure proper fitment. On top of this, you’ll want to pay close attention to the type of fuel injector in question because some holders are specifically designed to work with certain models. These three pieces of information will help you find an appropriate piece of gear.

Keep Your Engine Running With Helmar Parts

When you first find out that something is wrong such as fuel leaks, there’s a possibility that you might feel some real concern. Any faulty component might spell the temporary end of using a particular piece of equipment. Fortunately, Helmar makes it easy to get up and going again by keeping a large number of fuel injectors on hand at any given time.

Use our online contact form and let us know more about your needs. Our experienced representatives will be sure to get you the kind of fuel injector that would best fit your lift so you can stop worrying about your equipment’s power train and spend more time running your warehouse.