DFI Offers Repair for Fuel Injected Outboards

Tuesday, February 20, 2001
DFI Technologies, Inc. specializes in diagnosing and repairing DFI fuel, electrical and ignition system components on any OMC DFI engine. The company also offers repair of oiling system components for all OMC outboard engines, including DFI and carburetor technology products.

DFI Technologies' team of experts includes engineers, designers and technicians, who together represent more than 140 years of experience in designing outboard engines and were instrumental in the development of OMC's DFI system. According to George Broughton, president of DFI Technologies, due to the nature of the design of most DFI components, failures typically occur due to external causes or other defects. Once the root cause of the problem is corrected, the reliability of the repaired component is greatly enhanced. DFI Technologies offers a 90-day limited warranty on all components that are refurbished by the company.

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