Goldfarb and Associates’ stock of turbocharger, fuel injector, and injection pump cores is the highest quality in the diesel remanufacturing industry. Our experienced staff inspects every core we purchase to ensure that our cores are in a rebuildable condition. To make things easier for our vendors we have established the following Core Quality Requirements and inspection videos for your review. We will also work with you to help you inspect your cores prior to shipping to us. Please refer to our guidelines prior to requesting a purchase order.
Fuel Injection Pumps
No Burned Units – Any injection pumps that show signs of being in an engine fire have zero value. Indications of fire damage include black charred aluminum body and melted plastic connections.
No Dismantled Units or Missing Parts – Injection pumps that have been dismantled or are missing parts will result in deductions or zero value. Indications of dismantled units include missing screws/bolts, component parts that are not secured to the pump, and rattling internal components.
No Locked Up Pumps – Injection pump shafts must be able to turn unless otherwise specified. Locked up pumps may result in deduction or zero value, depending on the application.
No Broken Connectors – Injection pumps with electronic components must arrive protected and complete. Broken plastic connections will result in deductions or zero value, depending on the application.
No Excessive Rust – Units that have been stored outdoors and have accumulated rust will likely have zero value.
No Burned Units
No Dismantled Units or Missing Parts
No Broken Tips – Chipped, dented, or blown nozzles will result in zero value
No Cut Wires
No Broken Electronic Connectors
No Excessive Rust
No Damage to Electronic Studs – Bosch fuel injector electronic studs must be in good condition. Any bent studs or stripped threads will result in a deduction of value.
Part Numbers Must Be Legible
No Plier Marks on Injector Bodies
No Burned Units
No Dismantled Units
No Excessive Rust
No Broken Plastic Electronic Connectors – Turbochargers with broken electronic connectors will result in a deduction of value or have no value.
No Damaged Wheels – Damage to the compressor wheel or turbine wheel will result in a deduction of value or have no value. Visual signs of damage include jagged, chipped or curled blades.
No Shaft Play – Turbocharger shaft play will result in a deduction in value or zero value. If you can hear the wheels rattling against the walls of the compressor housing or turbine housing, there is excessive shaft play.
No Housing Damage – Damage to the compressor housing, bearing housing, or turbine housing will result in a deduction of value or zero value. Cosmetic damage to the housing that does not impact turbocharger performance or potentially damage hoses may result in a deduction of value.
No Missing Components – Turbochargers must arrive complete. Missing actuators, housings, or electronic components will result in a reduction of value or zero value.
No Aftermarket Turbochargers – All turbochargers must be genuine Garrett, Holset, Borg Warner, IHI, Mitsubishi, or other OEM turbochargers. Any non-genuine aftermarket turbocharger will result in a reduction in value or zero value.