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Replacing & Reconditioning Injectors


not sure if this is info anybody would be able to help with, or if there is a better place in te forum, but...

I recently started getting a nasty misfire on my 147 jtd multijet. Took it to the local garage to fix (60k+ on the clock and 5 years old, so I'm not traipsing miles to an Alfa specialist) who diagnosed that the injector was knackerde on cylinder 3. He had to send the injectors off to a specialist, who replaced that one, and reconditioned the other 3.

I just wanted to check if anybody on here is able to confirma ball-park figure for the cost of this work? It was a fair old whack in the end, and I wanted to check that it was all justified.

Thanks in advance for anybody who can offer any info!
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Sorry for the bump... just seeing if anybody else can help at all!
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The injectors are nose bleed money and that was probably 80% of your cost!
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