Fuel Injector Cost to Fix Specific Vehicles
The fuel injector is a critical piece of hardware that your vehicle needs to run correctly and safely. In the past, carburetors were responsible for what the fuel injector does nowadays, which is transporting the fuel out of the fuel rail (a type of high-pressure tubing) into the engine’s cylinders.
There’s only one fuel injector per cylinder, so if this goes out, you need to get on that repair as soon as possible. There’s all kinds of symptoms to a bad or clogged fuel injector.
The average cost for a fuel injector replacement ranges from $800 to $1450. This includes the necessary parts, which comprise the majority of the price, in addition to labor, typically accounting for only about $200 of this estimate.
Where your cost lands on this scale is determined by:
- The make, model, and year of your vehicle
- Specific fuel injector you need
- Further, whether you’re getting a remanufactured or new injector
- Individual mechanic’s or auto shop’s pricing
With this in mind, it’s best to consider specific costs of vehicles most similar to yours to get an accurate idea of what you might be paying for this fix.
Check out these examples of some of the most commonly driven vehicles and their respective fuel injector replacement cost below:
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Usually, replacing a BMW’s fuel injector will cost around $1,000. Still, the specific model of your BMW can change the price quite drastically.
For example, if you drive a BMW 328i, expect to pay between $1,000-1,200 for this repair. Other price estimates are as follows:
- BMW 335i: $900-$1600
- BMW 228i: $900-$1400
If you drive a Chevy Cruze, you can expect most fuel injector replacement costs to range from $600-850. Normally, it will be about $780, but can vary according to the specific year of the vehicle:
- 2011 Chevy Cruze: $900
- 2015 Chevy Cruze: $750
- 2018 Chevy Cruze: $1950
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The average Toyota Corolla driver should budget for a fuel injector replacement cost of $950-$1200. You’ll most likely be paying about $1,000, but can expect the following estimates according to the vehicle year:
- 2003 Toyota Corolla: $1800
- 2013 Toyota Corolla: $2400
- 2015 Toyota Corolla: $2400