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Method of Controlling Common Rail Fuel Injection Device


Direct Fuel Injection
10/23/2017 10:23 AM  |  Cindy
Gasoline engines work by sucking a mixture of gasoline and air into a cylinder, compressing it with a piston, and igniting it with a spark. The resulting explosion drives the piston downwards, producing power. view more»
How To: Submersible In-tank Fuel Pump Replacement
10/20/2017 10:58 AM  |  Cindy
How To: Submersible In-tank Fuel Pump Replacement 1.What Kind of Fuel Pump Does My Car Have? 2.Accessing Your Fuel Pump 3.Removing the Fuel Pump view more»
What is Fuel Injector Pulse Width?
10/18/2017 2:25 PM  |  Cindy
All modern automotive engines use fuel injectors to deliver fuel to the combustion chamber. Varying load, speed and temperature conditions require adjustability of fuel delivery, and that is accomplished through changes to injector pulse width. view more»
How Does Fuel Injection Work?
10/16/2017 2:09 PM  |  Cindy
In the beginning, gas powered vehicles used a carburetor to get gas into the engine. This worked well, but when fuel injection came along, things changed quickly. Fuel injection, especially electronic fuel injection produces fewer emissions and greatly increases gas mileage. The carburetor was an ingenious invention in itself. Your car's engine has 4 cycles, and one of them is a "suck" cycle. Put simply, the engine sucks (creates extreme vacuum inside the cylinder) and when it does, the carburetor was there to let the right amount of gas and air get sucked into the engine. While great, this system lacked the precision of a pressurized injection system. view more»