Why refurbish your Mercedes’s diesel pump with J.E.G. Diesel?
- we’ve been specialising in Mercedes diesel fuel injection systems for decades
- expert Mercedes pump reconditioning gives similar performance to a new pump, at a fraction of the cost
- we use only original equipment manufacturer (OEM) parts
- our workshop is Bosch certified
- we provide a warranty with every Mercedes diesel pump we refurbish. Mercedes diesel pumps are made to be reconditioned cost effectively. However, their reliability depends on high-quality parts and work.
Mercedes diesel pumps are made to be reconditioned cost effectively. However, their reliability depends on high-quality parts and work.
At J.E.G. Diesel, we maintain the highest standards – and our workshop is the only one in the Western Cape to use the latest Bosch 815 test benches.
About Mercedes diesel pump repairs
Any problem with the fuel injection system – including any fault with a Mercedes diesel pump – can affect the supply of fuel to the engine.
This can lead to serious problems, including engine failure.
Some common signs of a faulty Mercedes diesel pump or other fuel injection problem include:
- a squealing or whining sound
- difficulty starting the vehicle
- jerky acceleration or failure to accelerate
- spluttering or stalling of the engine
- significantly higher fuel consumption.
If you suspect that your diesel Mercedes may have a fuel supply problem, have the vehicle’s fuel system checked as soon as you can.
Especially with wear and tear, Mercedes-Benz diesel pump problems are fairly common.
Modern Mercedes fuel systems have sensitive components that work under high pressure.
These help ensure high performance and good fuel efficiency. However, they’re also prone to clogging due to small amounts of contaminant (including water) in fuel.
Mechanical faults, like faulty sensors or pressure regulators, or electrical problems can also cause fuel supply problems in diesel Mercedes vehicles.
A diesel Mercedes fuel pump regulates the supply of diesel to the vehicle’s fuel injectors.
The injectors spray the pressurised fuel they’re fed into hot, compressed air, causing it to ignite. (In a gasoline-powered engine, it’s spark plugs that ignite the fuel).
The pump has to provide the optimal amount of fuel, at the optimal pressure, for a Mercedes diesel engine to function at its best.
An expert technician will be able to diagnose the cause of a diesel Mercedes fuel supply problem, and advise on the best solution.
Diesel pump repair or refurbishing is usually the most cost-effective choice.
A Mercedes fuel injection system is designed with the expectation that it will require periodic servicing and can be reconditioned.
With expert workmanship and decent parts, a reconditioned diesel pump can perform and last much like a new pump.
Get in touch
We specialise in Mercedes injector repairs, Mercedes diesel pump repairs and Mercedes turbo repairs. Call us on (021) 511-9197 or submit your details using the form and we’ll be in touch shortly.
- Service anywhere in the Western Cape
- Collection and delivery of injectors and pumps
- Affordable repairs
- Extensive testing
- High-quality finishes.
Mercedes-Benz Diesel Cars
Mercedes-Benz G-Class Wagon
Mercedes-Benz ML- Class
Our workshop is equipped with the newest Bosch Diesel Diagnostic equipment and qualified diesel technicians to ensure a professional service.
- From my first telephone contact with Sean to picking up my Mercedes 270 cdi a few days later, I found the service to be first class. Having the required work carried out, the car now runs like a dream. Thanks to the great guys and service at JEG! As Arnold would say 'I'll be back'!Paul
- I want to thank Sean & Sergio from J.E.G. Diesel for the great service I received in reconditioning the injectors on my Fortuner. They provided excellent service and communicated clearly every time they made contact to keep me up to date with progress. Thanks guys.~ Andre Du Preez
- Sean & team sorted out my smoking Auris D4D out. Wish I had taken it in ages ago as it had always smoked and agents just tried to talk the problem away. It is now much improved. My fuel economy is better, increased from average (actual measured) range of 14.5 to 15km/l up to a much more respectable 16 to 16.5km/l (and this for an older 2l diesel motor with 210k km on clock....= one very happy customer!) I also no longer cover vehicles behind me in a plume of black smoke.~ Garth Elliot