An engine which is based on internal combustion needs to run with the help of air, fuel and spark. The fuel system refers to the delivery of diesel or petrol to the engine of the vehicle to run. It is the collection of the fuel pump, fuel lines, and filters.
A holding tank for fuel. When you fill-up at a gas station, the gas travels down the filler tube and into the container. There is a gauge that connects through the tank helps to show the status of oil.
The fuel pump is a component that runs with the help of your car’s battery. It is required to supply fuel to the engine from the fuel tank and usually installed in the fuel tank only.
These are the part of the performance and responsiveness of saving engines life by filtering the oil from dust and unwanted material. Filters can fit before or after the fuel pump. They are commonly made from a paper element, stainless steel or synthetic material.
Fuel injectors refer to lower emissions and better fuel economy. The fuel injector is a tiny electric device which opens and closes with electrical signals.
A carburettor takes the fuel and mixes it with air without processor intervention. While simple in operation, they tend to need frequent tuning and rebuilding. That is why newer cars have done away with carburettors in favour of fuel injection.
There are three general types of carburettors depending on the direction of flow of air.
Types of Carburetors.
Constant Choke Carburetor, Constant Vacuum Carburetor and Multiple Venturi Carburetor.