Injector Install Kit (T1N)

OEM Number: 6110170060 0009902907 Manufacturer Number: 6110170060 0009902907

$24.95

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Set of injector seals and hold down bolts for OM612 & OM647 engine used in the first-generation T1N Sprinter Van.  The injector seals on this motor are prone to leaking, causing decrese fuel economy and power, and creating buildup of combustion debris on the top of the valve cover.  This is referred to as the "black death".

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Set of injector seals and hold down bolts for OM612 & OM647 engine used in the first-generation T1N Sprinter Van.  The injector seals on this motor are prone to leaking, causing decrese fuel economy and power, and creating buildup of combustion debris on the top of the valve cover.  This is referred to as the "black death".

Includes:

  • 5 Injector Seals
  • 5 Injector Hold Down Bolts
  • 5 Injector Return Line O-Rings

Replacing injector seals and hold down bolts at regular intervals is a easy way to avoid this.  We recommending refreshing the seals and bolts ever 100,000 miles.

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Mercedes/Dodge Sprinter
  • Sprinter Gen1 T1N w/ 2.7L OM612 Turbodiesel (2001-2003)
  • Sprinter Gen1 T1N w/ 2.7L OM647 Turbodiesel (2004-2006)

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Affordable and high quality install kit. Replaced the injector seal on my 2005 3500 #5 injector after developing s large leak/black death. Process was relatively straight forward and I have finally fixed the leak. Make sure the threads and hole for the injector bolt are COMPLETELY clean and clear of any tar or debris, or you will risk over torqing the injector bolt and breaking it off in the engine. I used a $5 lighted swivel mirror from harbor and angled it so I could see down the bolt hole to make sure it was clean.

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