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Re: 2008 sportage diesel

Postby ADONI » August 7th, 2017, 10:53 am

Ah telling yuh, it going to cost, once yuh open up and start to poke around.... Things may not go back to before and all too. Just be careful. Yuh thinking about doing a seal kit rebuild or?
You can maybe try a oil treatment like the liqui moly ceratec. I run one in mines, but only running it about 2,000km so far.

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Re: 2008 sportage diesel

Postby oscar.pata » August 11th, 2017, 8:48 am

Where every1 does go to buy common replacement parts? Eg oil filer, air filter, brakes pads, belts & etc. I dont want to keep going to southern sales & massy all d time

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Re: 2008 sportage diesel

Postby 747 TECHNOLOGIES » August 12th, 2017, 12:31 am

Go to a normal parts place with old parts, they usually will have the items

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Re: 2008 sportage diesel

Postby Joshie23 » September 20th, 2017, 2:00 am

Ok guys, we've been quiet for a while, which is good..I went to Sookhai's to do a compression test. Compression is ok, oil loss is apparently caused by two blown washers on my two injectors, so they need to be serviced (all four) in addition to the high pressure pump. To service the pump is $1,500 parts and labour inclusive. The injector service is $2,500 with the potential to go up; most likely I'll have to change two nozzles at $1,500 a pop @ Sookhai's, to bring me to a grand total of $4,000 best case, $7,000 mid case if only nozzles are bad and $9,000 worst case if the two injectors are entirely bad. IIRC, Electro Diesel where I serviced the injectors last year quoted me $2,500 to service the pump, so Sookhai's isn't too bad for that. I'm thinking just to source two injectors online and let them replace the injectors outright since I can probably get two WHOLE injectors online for the price of one nozzle @ Sookhai's. I'll still have to pay the $2,500 to service the four injectors (or $1,200 at Electro Diesel and I can split the labour and let Sookhai's service the pump alone). What do you guys think?

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Re: 2008 sportage diesel

Postby Ted_v2 » September 20th, 2017, 5:06 am

I do believe all those prices are over priced.

What symptoms you have with your injector pump thwt you thibk It needs servicing?

The brass washers aren't that expensive. Nozzles are. Personally I do think you are being ripped off.

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Re: 2008 sportage diesel

Postby ADONI » September 20th, 2017, 9:41 am

Wow, Sookhai changing nozzles now, a year ago they told me these injectors can't be repair, if bad you will have to get a new injector for $3,500. TBH I saw a rebuild kit for the injector pump on ebay for US$25 from Europe, but I guess you pay for expertise and the testing of the pump by Sookhai. The injector pump does start to leak after a while.
At the end Sookhai couldn't fix the hot start issue I had, their response after cleaning injectors and rebuilding the injector pump was, 'well these vehicles does give trouble after a while'...

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Re: 2008 sportage diesel

Postby Joshie23 » September 20th, 2017, 1:48 pm

Ted_v2 wrote:I do believe all those prices are over priced.

What symptoms you have with your injector pump thwt you thibk It needs servicing?

The brass washers aren't that expensive. Nozzles are. Personally I do think you are being ripped off.


I haven't committed to Sookhai's as yet. So here's the backstory. Last year when I bought the vehicle it was smoking heavily, thick black smoke because two of my nozzles were swollen. Got those changed at Electro Diesel, plus the service so it was $2,300 for the two nozzles and $1,200 to service the 4 injectors, change seals, etc., but the guy told me I'd have to change the next two nozzles eventually so I figure that's whats up now. I went by Sookhai's for a compression test to see if my bad rings were responsible for the oil consumption, but my second suspicion was confirmed in that I have leaking injectors that are diluting my oil causing it to burn off. They The reason for the pump: the van is at 101k plus the tech yesterday said there's some diesel now starting to leak from the pump, hence the need to service it; just confirmed with Electro, $2,500 plus VAT to service the pump. I like DIY stuff but this is out of my league, because even if I buy the two injectors, I'd still have to recode them.

What you guys think though? If you all know anyone else that's trustworthy but more affordable don't be afraid to say.. :lol:

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Re: 2008 sportage diesel

Postby cressida_override » September 21st, 2017, 2:15 am

Joshie23 wrote:
Ted_v2 wrote:I do believe all those prices are over priced.

What symptoms you have with your injector pump thwt you thibk It needs servicing?

The brass washers aren't that expensive. Nozzles are. Personally I do think you are being ripped off.


I haven't committed to Sookhai's as yet. So here's the backstory. Last year when I bought the vehicle it was smoking heavily, thick black smoke because two of my nozzles were swollen. Got those changed at Electro Diesel, plus the service so it was $2,300 for the two nozzles and $1,200 to service the 4 injectors, change seals, etc., but the guy told me I'd have to change the next two nozzles eventually so I figure that's whats up now. I went by Sookhai's for a compression test to see if my bad rings were responsible for the oil consumption, but my second suspicion was confirmed in that I have leaking injectors that are diluting my oil causing it to burn off. They The reason for the pump: the van is at 101k plus the tech yesterday said there's some diesel now starting to leak from the pump, hence the need to service it; just confirmed with Electro, $2,500 plus VAT to service the pump. I like DIY stuff but this is out of my league, because even if I buy the two injectors, I'd still have to recode them.

What you guys think though? If you all know anyone else that's trustworthy but more affordable don't be afraid to say.. :lol:


http://www.ebay.com/itm/252520382564
http://www.ebay.com/itm/252419198287

I purchased the pump and 2x injectors from this seller on ebay some months back, they are refurbished oem parts in korea. Both items took between 3-4days from Korea to trinidad, the pump cost $2300 and the 2x injectors cost $1600 for both.
The pump took about 25mins to change and started on the 3rd crank, the injectors are a little harder to replace and took about 2hours. Regarding that recode talk with the injectors...there is nothing to sync back to the ecu....straight forward replacement and the van driving after normal, don't believe everything you read on those other forums.

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Re: 2008 sportage diesel

Postby Ted_v2 » September 21st, 2017, 6:14 am

Injectors need to be recoded on certain vehicles. Stuff like the new revo 2.8 . New common rail stuff

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Re: 2008 sportage diesel

Postby Joshie23 » September 21st, 2017, 10:26 am

Ted_v2 wrote:Injectors need to be recoded on certain vehicles. Stuff like the new revo 2.8 . New common rail stuff

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I was reading on the Hyundai Forums that a guy had some trouble with his injectors on a Santa Fe upon changing them which he attributed to them needing to be recoded, which was incorrect so if Cressida got through without any problems then I should be ok once the part numbers line up, because as you said, the prices are ridiculous.

cressida_override wrote:Both items took between 3-4days from Korea to trinidad, the pump cost $2300 and the 2x injectors cost $1600 for both.
The pump took about 25mins to change and started on the 3rd crank, the injectors are a little harder to replace and took about 2hours.


Do you mind giving me a play by play of how to change out everything? Plus, why did you choose to replace the pump entirely instead of servicing it for cheaper?

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Re: 2008 sportage diesel

Postby 747 TECHNOLOGIES » September 22nd, 2017, 11:49 pm

I never had to recode any injectors.....I bought a set from a guy and worked perfect.....after rebuild, I had to get one bcuz when scrapping out head, I remove the top hat to use the tool to hammer it up and out.....I do believe once u remove the top hat, u need to recalibrate injectors....

But I got a used injector and vehicle works perfect......Also copper washers on injectors.....too thin ones will flatten and leak and too thick will lose some power and SMOKE like mad.....trust me, I did these mistakes already.....U need the correct size thickness copper washer and those little washers, is what fixed my dead power and black smoke issue....

I recently decided to scrap my cam gear cover, and take a pic at the timing and realized it was off a few teeth, causing a hard start and problem to idle on cold.....Set back timing, using a phone to take pics of the gear to make sure it spot on and after an hour or so.....finished and started faster than It ever did....power, LIKE WOW....no issues. And apparently, now with ac on and idling, the temp drops to about 1/4 which is a good sign to me.

Overall, I learned a lot from this vehicle and its now perfectly working but sadly selling bcuz we have a new hilux

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Re: 2008 sportage diesel

Postby satman » September 23rd, 2017, 11:16 am

Hey guys. Anyone have an alternator for diesel sportage for sale? 2008 model

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Re: 2008 sportage diesel

Postby SNIPER 3000 » September 29th, 2017, 6:28 pm

Nice info Cressida,
Guys you all running the original size tires?
Due for a change and thinking about going back to the original size, current 235/70/16 touching.

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Re: 2008 sportage diesel

Postby trinidrift » December 4th, 2017, 9:35 am

I have a 07 diesel. I have two questions. Where can I get a power steering pump to buy and anyone knows where I can get white leds for the front indicators to buy? Bought a set and it worked in the back

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Re: 2008 sportage diesel

Postby ADONI » December 5th, 2017, 9:14 am

trinidrift wrote:I have a 07 diesel. I have two questions. Where can I get a power steering pump to buy and anyone knows where I can get white leds for the front indicators to buy? Bought a set and it worked in the back


You can check PS Brotherhood for led bulbs.
Power steering pump check Car City in the Bamboo or Dollar savers has as well.

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Re: 2008 sportage diesel

Postby Joshie23 » December 5th, 2017, 10:05 am

trinidrift wrote:I have a 07 diesel. I have two questions. Where can I get a power steering pump to buy and anyone knows where I can get white leds for the front indicators to buy? Bought a set and it worked in the back


For the love of all that is good and holy..please don't be one of those guys to install white LEDs in your indicators..front or rear. It looks crisp in the night but the colour (or the lack thereof) defeats the purpose of an indicator, as it's near impossible to see in bright sunlight and that's pretty annoying, not to mention the fact that it's illegal, if you come across a dread enough police officer.

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Re: 2008 sportage diesel

Postby trinidrift » December 5th, 2017, 10:26 am

Ok . Idk that they were illegal but on the same note where can get the leds?

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Re: 2008 sportage diesel

Postby SNIPER 3000 » December 7th, 2017, 7:08 am

Led most annoying.
Fog lights stoped working, never used them. May be a fuse will check today.

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Re: 2008 sportage diesel

Postby nutty4u2c » December 12th, 2017, 9:55 pm

Joshie23 wrote:
trinidrift wrote:I have a 07 diesel. I have two questions. Where can I get a power steering pump to buy and anyone knows where I can get white leds for the front indicators to buy? Bought a set and it worked in the back


For the love of all that is good and holy..please don't be one of those guys to install white LEDs in your indicators..front or rear. It looks crisp in the night but the colour (or the lack thereof) defeats the purpose of an indicator, as it's near impossible to see in bright sunlight and that's pretty annoying, not to mention the fact that it's illegal, if you come across a dread enough police officer.


And they blink like they mad , yuh just don't see the stupid thing.
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Re: 2008 sportage diesel

Postby trinidrift » December 12th, 2017, 9:56 pm

Ok

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Re: 2008 sportage diesel

Postby Joshie23 » December 13th, 2017, 2:15 am

trinidrift wrote:Ok


Why am I getting the feeling that you're not heading our advice and you're still going to install the LEDs?

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Re: 2008 sportage diesel

Postby trinidrift » December 13th, 2017, 2:22 am

I am going to install the leds but not the whites. I just don't have time to do it yet. I already have the load resistors installed to take care of the hyper flashing

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Re: 2008 sportage diesel

Postby Joshie23 » December 13th, 2017, 7:50 am

trinidrift wrote:I am going to install the leds but not the whites. I just don't have time to do it yet. I already have the load resistors installed to take care of the hyper flashing


OK great. Lol I wasn't going to say anything about the load resistors when nutty spoke about the hyper-flashing but since you already know and it's the yellow, carry on. :lol:

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