Where are you located?

Main Store:1100 S. Agnew Ave., Oklahoma City, OK  73108, Exit I-40, 148A, go south ¾ mile, we are on the east side of Agnew. 

Drive-In Service, 2218 SW 10th, just east of the main location.

DELCO Tools, 1114 S. Agnew, just south of the main location.

What are your Hours?

Monday - Friday, 8 AM - 5 PM

Do you provide a warranty on the products you sell and service?

Yes, we carry a one year warranty on the products we overhaul.  The manufacturer also carries a warranty on the parts they provide.  We are participants in the ADS Nationwide Warranty program.  Please see the Warranty Information for further information.

Do you sell original equipment parts?

Yes, we provide OEM parts by Bosch, Stanadyne, Dephi, AMBAC, Zexel, Yanmar, Denso, Garrett, Holset, AC-Delco, Motorcraft, and other manufacturers.  

Do you sell aftermarket parts?

Yes, we also provide aftermarket parts and components.   We also sell many performance products.  

Are your employees factory trained technicians?

Yes, our employees are factory trained by the fuel injection manufacturers we represent.  

Are you members of any national trade associations?

Yes, we are members of the Association of Diesel Specialists.  They provide us with additional technical information, training and certification.

Do you have equipment to test injection pumps and injectors?

Yes, we utilize numerous test stands, flow panels computer systems and other equipment to properly test the fuel injection systems.  In addition, the equipment is tested and certified by the manufacturers we represent. 

Do you have test equipment to properly diagnose my diesel pickup?

Yes, we use the OEM diagnostic equipment for your Ford, GM or Dodge pickup

What injectors and pumps do you rebuild?

We have the capability to rebuild most of the common pumps and injectors. We are an authorized AMBAC, Bosch, Delphi, Nippendenso, Stanadyne, Yanmar, and Zexel Service Center. Additionally we service Detroit, Cummins, and Caterpillar units.

Do you test Gas Injectors?

Yes we can. We have the ASNU Gasoline Injection testing and cleaning system. It can test and clean most gas injectors. 


I have a pump that I want to repair myself. Do you sell parts to repair my pump?

This is not an easy question. Yes we have parts to repair your pump and will sell you what you want, But if you have never worked on a pump before you can sometimes do more harm than good. Many pumps require special tools and training to disassemble and reassemble properly. By working on it without this knowledge you may turn what would be a Minor Repair into a complete rebuild.

What do you do besides Diesel Pumps & Injectors?

Well Diesel Pumps and Injectors are a majority of our business. We also are able to Rebuild Turbochargers, Electric Starters, Alternators and Air or Natural Gas Starters. As well as services in Delco Tools and Equipment and Delco Diesel Drive-in Service.

I have a 2000 Dodge with a 5.9L Cummins Diesel. Do you rebuild the Injection pump?

No, We are not contracted with Bosch to repair the VP service of pumps. We do stock reman pumps for the Dodge and Cummins Engine applications.

Do you sell Tractor Parts?

Yes we are a dealer for Hy Capacity Parts. They are the largest tractor parts distributor in the United States. There is an online catalog on their website, you can pick out the parts you need and order them through us.

Do you sell or exchange rebuilt pumps?

Yes we do, There is a complete inventory of the pumps, injectors, starters, alternators and turbos we have in stock on our website. If you do not see what you are looking for please give us a call or fill out the Contact form with your questions.

My Check Engine Light is on, Can you check my diesel pick-up and tell me what is wrong?

Yes, We can check just about any diesel pick-up, small truck, tractor, or piece of equipment for codes, do diagnosis and repairs. Please Call or Contact Frank in our Drive in Service to set up an appointment.

I have been told I need to have my 2009 Dodge Injectors programmed into my computer?

Yes beginning with the 2007 Model year for the Dodge 6.7 and Chevy Duramax, as well, the injectors have fuel delivery codes which must be programmed into the ECM to balance the delivery between injectors. Without this the check engine light will stay on.