The common rail injector test system, dubbed YDT-35, combines an electrical injector test with visual spray pattern checks to identify individual failed injectors in the garage.
Delphi says the new system complements its existing on-vehicle test solutions for common rail injectors, and is easy to use, low cost and designed to withstand the tough workshop environment.
The company says that technicians can reasonably expect to detect if an injector can achieve basic mechanical and electrical operation within five minutes by following seven simple steps.
Key functionality includes: resistance, inductance and capacitance testing; nozzle spray-pattern visual observation; and optional back leak measurement.
The YDT-35 is available now worldwide from Delphi and Hartridge local distributors.