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The Vivaro injector is a type of diesel fuel injector that is used in many different types of vehicles. There are a few different types of Vivaro injectors, but the most common one is the Bosch VP44. This injector is used in many different types of vehicles, including cars, trucks, and buses. The Bosch VP44 is a very reliable injector, but it can have some issues. One of the most common problems with the Vivaro injector is that it can get clogged. This can happen if the injector is not cleaned regularly. Another problem that can occur is that the injector can leak. This can be caused by a variety of things, such as a faulty O-ring or a cracked injector body. If you think that your Vivaro injector is having any of these problems, it is important to take it to a mechanic or a diesel specialist to have it checked out.
If you own a Vauxhall Vivaro van manufactured between 2014 and 2019, then you may be affected by the recent injector recall. WeBuyBrokenVans is a UK-based company that specialises in buying broken vans and we would be interested in buying your van if it is affected by the recall.
The recall affects certain models of the Vivaro van which were fitted with 2.0 CDTI engines. These engines may have a fault with the injectors which could lead to the engine stalling or failing to start. If your van is affected by the recall, then Vauxhall will replace the injectors free of charge.
However, if your van is not covered by the recall or you simply don’t want to wait for the repairs to be carried out, then WeBuyBrokenVans would be happy to make you an offer for your van. We specialise in buying broken vans and we will take any van in any condition.
So if you own a Vauxhall Vivaro van and you want to sell it quickly and hassle-free, then please get in touch with WeBuyBrokenVans today.
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