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What is fuel injection responsible for? For over several dozen years, it is fuel injections that have been used in internal combustion engines at the expense of carburettors, since the first self-ignition engines were developed. The injectors have a very simple, even obvious task, namely they deliver fuel under high pressure, directly to a special reservoir, which is located at the very end of the atomizer, i.e. in the combustion chamber of the engine. Thanks to a special opening, which is tightly protected by the conical tip of the ilica, it is clamped. So it is a process in which fuel is not only burned in a more effective and efficient way, but also produces more engine power, which usually also results in lower fuel consumption. So we can safely say that fuel injection is supposed to: Spray the ideal amount of fuel, provide the right amount of fuel at optimal pressure, into the combustion chamber.
When was the fuel injection most likely to fail?
When can we expect the fuel injection is most likely to have failed? If the engine failure indicator lights up, or we notice that the car does not have the power that was possible to obtain so far, then we should rather be sure that the fuel injection has been damaged or malfunctions in its operation. Higher fuel consumption is another signal that should give us food for thought, and in such a situation you also have to consider whether the fuel injection is not to blame for it. Often drivers, despite the first such information that they receive, still use the car, which is probably possible, but there is also a good chance that we will damage the engine. Methods to extend the service life of fuel injection include full tank driving, the use of high-quality fuel additives, and the systematic replacement of fuel filters. Therefore, it is worth remembering about such tips that may allow us to increase the service life of fuel injection.