My car has 66K on it, without any problems. When I brought it in recently for an routine oil change, the shop insisted I needed to replace my injectors as part of 60K routine maintenance. I have never heard such a thing - have you?
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2008 Chevrolet Impala Question: Do fuel injectors require replacement after 60K if no problems with the car are
Answer #1United Auto Service Center from United Auto Service Center, June 11, 2012, 12:01Technician
Replace? Definitely not.
However, a fuel system cleaning, such as a BG induction system service, could be recommended and may b e beneficial. How much are they asking for this service? If it is in the neighborhood of $80-120, then they are offering a cleaning service. Replacing the injectors would cost several hundred dollars.
Answer #2DriftGhostRanger March 03, 2014, 00:42Rookie
no they dont need to be replaced. they can last for over 200,000 miles, you should only need to replace them if u can see gas leaking from where it sits in the intake manifold or where the fuel rail sits over the top of the injectors