Bus, Coach, Truck
Adblue pump failures are very common in commercial vehicle and public transport sectors. Failures in the main come from a lack of maintenance of the systems, lack of maintenance can cause crystallisation issues which also lead to the system not operating correctly. Other failures can range from communication faults, Oil, coolant or fuel contamination, blowing fuses, water Ingress, various intermittent faults, various sensor faults, fault codes In units, connector and pin damaged.
Adblue pump costs can range dependant on what’s requested from the unit its self. If we a traditionally pumping unit the costs are lower than that of a unit that is programmed specifically to the vehicles chassis.
Pumps on a bus/coach would be located at the rear of the vehicle close to the exhaust system and in contrast to a truck these would be located on the chassis of the tractor unit toward the second axle close enough to the exhaust system.
Typical NOx sensor failure symptoms would be identified with a warning (MIL) light and diagnostic tool plug in. Other symptoms of failure could be voltage spikes or vehicles entering a de-rate mode.
NOx sensors probes cannot be cleaned effectively enough to allow reuse of them although it doesn’t stop people from trying, it isn’t recommended.
Typically the NOx sensors are covered under vehicle manufacturers warranty or parts warranty if the product has ben purchased in the aftermarket.
No, all NOx sensors are not the same, the fundamental product material in terms of a probe, body and PBC are the same. However, the programming and parameters set by the OEM is the key in differentiating the sensors from each other, not just its physical differences.
Majority of the industries NOx Sensors are manufactured by Continental in collaboration with NGK.
NOx sensors typically fail due to excessive carbon exposure and build up over a period of time. However there are other reasons for failure this would be the major cause of failure.
NOx sensors are located before (Upstream) and after (Downstream) the CAT (Catalytic Converter).
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Yes. We have many customers outside of the UK and can ship anywhere. Our carriage costs vary depending on location. For an accurate quote for delivery give our parts department a call.Contact Us
With our selected courier partners we can offer morning delivery at an extra charge.
All our new parts come with a minimum 12 months warranty
We have a number of supply chain agreements in place to ensure we offer specialist support at competitive prices. By having strong relationships with manufacturer partners it means we can supply almost any part for any vehicle, whether it be bus, coach or truck. Contact our parts department and we will see if we can source the part for you.Contact Us
If the part you require is in stock and ordered before 3:30pm it will be with you the next day. In the event that the part you need is not in stock we may still be able to ship directly to you for next day delivery.