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A fuel injection system

A fuel injection system Fuel pump Fuel filter Fuel accumulator Fuel distributor Inlet tract Inlet manifold Injectors Cold-start injector Pip from petrol tank Return pipe to tank

Petrol-engined cars use indirect fuel injection. A fuel pump sends the petrol to the engine bay, and it is then injected into the inlet manifold by an injector. There is either a separate injector for each cylinder or one or two injectors into the inlet manifold.

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    How a fuel injection system works

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