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My CRD is a bit smokey under load. It's not using oil. I'm almost at the point of biting the bulet and replacing the injectors, having tried most other options including EGR defeat etc.

According to the "Everything CRD" thread, the part numbers are:
Bosch - 0445110097
Jeep - RX137254AB (5080300AA old number)
MB - A 611 070 16 87

My injectors installed are (differences in bold):
Bosch - 0445110204
MB - A 611 070 05 87

Have I got the wrong injectors installed currently? Which ones do I go shopping for?


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Same/replacement part according to Denco

https://www.dencodiesel.com/products...ercedes-benz-2
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There was a replacement part number so the old injectors will be correct, so will the new ones with the new part number.

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What got rid of a lot of smoke for me was cleaning the intake manifold. It's a bitch of a job...but I would say it can be done on a full Saturday

While you're at it, you can also delete the swirl flaps (requires drilling and taping the flap spindle holes)
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What got rid of a lot of smoke for me was cleaning the intake manifold. It's a bitch of a job...but I would say it can be done on a full Saturday



While you're at it, you can also delete the swirl flaps (requires drilling and taping the flap spindle holes)
You you need a new manifold gasket? How hard was it to untangle the engine harness from the manifold?
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You you need a new manifold gasket? How hard was it to untangle the engine harness from the manifold?
It can be a PITA not to disconnect but to reconnect, particularly if leave if for a few weeks. Doing it over a weekend should be pretty easy to do though.

The swirl flap delete is probably not a bad idea, i left mine in place as that's how the engine was designed.

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I have 2005 2.8 KJ CRD. My original injectors were replaced by "specialists" even though there was nothing wrong that a good service could not fix. Eventually I had the original injectors, tested, serviced by Bosch Diesel specialist. To save on labor I put them back myself but they must be paired with the ECU. I then took the Jeep to the aforementioned specialist to pair the injectors with the ECU. During the trip to their workshop I had smoke, rough idle and poor performance. After the ECU pairing everything was 100%. For what it's worth.
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I have 2005 2.8 KJ CRD. ... injectors ... must be paired with the ECU.
In the world of WG 2.7 CRD we are blessed with some low-cost software that runs on android phones and does this. Mine are coded correctly.

I've been in contact with a reputable Jeep specialist on the southern outskirts of Brisbane. For a few hundred bucks he can run a full set of diagnostics and give me a report. Apparently with the Chrysler DRB tool (which he has) you can even do a crude compression reading, and run a test which shuts down individual injectors and measures the differences to identify what state each individual injector is in. (I would have hoped all five were in Queensland - but one can never tell with Jeeps!)

I think this will be wise money before I spend thousands on injectors. My only dilemma now is do I do this, or do I spend about double the amount he would charge on the Chinese knock-off of the DRB tool so I can do these and other tests myself? I'm leaning towards wheeling in the expert.
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On the topic of injectors, where is the best place to buy them? I got quoted $600 from MB and $100 for there grease!
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