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Hi Guys, great forum, very helpful, long time lurker but this time i need more help.

It appears I may have a faulty no 4 Injector, the code P0204 cropped up yesterday, I pulled over and reset it via obd2 and it went back to normal.

I do a lot of milage so I need reliability, I pulled the injector out this morning to see what I was dealing with and how easy a replacement would be, (a piece of piss as it turns out)





Now my question is I am looking at a refurbished unit, it looks identical but the numbers dont match, are the numbers important or will anyone from a 1.5dci Juke do? I assume serial numbers change as parts change and get newer? am I also correct in assuming that the order of injectors when looking at the engine is 4-3-2-1?

At the moment a code reset has the car working perfectly again but i like to be prepared. :)


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Additionally, it seems that the part number is H8200704191, they seem to have fitted this injector on many cars, obviously the cashquai (or however its spelt), dacias, renaults, am I right in assuming that as long as I order that part number I will be ok?

And is the order of the injectors 4-3-2-1 ?

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Additional info, I put a hefty dose of Miller's through it yesterday and over the last 48 hours I have covered well over a hundred miles without it skipping a beat. I might wait and see if it happens again, any thoughts,?

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After the overwhelming help you have all given me allow me to help the next person googling my query.

The order of injectors from left to right is 4.3.21, I unplugged one at a time and ran a fault code scan which confirmed this.

I am also currently running a heavy dose of Miller's through it, it's expensive but the best injector cleaner you can get. The juke is running perfectly and since the initial fault I have covered over 400 miles without a glitch.

Miller's has the allowance to double dose which is a harder clean than normal running, I plan on running two double dose tanks through it then just alternating a single dose every other tank.

For now problem solved, however as a back up I have found a fuel injector specialist on cardiff (fis) that will service and replace all components in an injector for £70, I prefer this option as a recon is far better than picking up a working one off eBay. Job done.

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