Automotive Fuel System - Delivers Fuel To The Engine As Needed
Automotive Fuel System – Delivers Fuel To The Engine As Needed

The single worst thing you can do to your fuel system is ignore it. Like all automotive parts, the fuel system requires constant monitoring and can benefit greatly from regular maintenance. Always check that your gas cap has been properly installed after refueling.

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Engine Fuel System Testing – Proper Testing With Solutions

Fuel Injector – Deposits Can Build Up And Clog The Fuel Injector

Engine Will Not Start – But Fuel Pump, Spark and Compression Are Good

Misfire Causes – Fuel, Ignition, Coolant Or Compression Related

Engine Troubleshooting FAQ – Automotive Repair Help With Solutions

Excessive Fuel Consumption – Common Causes And Cures

Fuel Getting Into Engine Oil – Causing Premature Wear Of Engine Parts

Injectors – Will Usually Only Fail In One Of Three Ways

Fuel Pressure Regulator FAQ Do You Have The Correct Pressure

Fuel Pressure Regulators – Function And Failure Symptoms

The Fuel Pump Related No Start Problems-What Should You Do !

Fuel Pump Relay – Function And Testing Procedures

Fuel System Related Problems – Not Always Easy To Solve

Getting Fuel Wash – How To Eliminate This Potentially Serious Problem

Gas Leak – If You Smell Gas This Could Be A Sign Of A Gas Leak

Hard Starting Engine – Cold, Hot, Both Or Just After Refueling

Mechanical Fuel Pumps-Basic Information And Troubleshooting

Noid Light – How To Test Fuel Injectors Using A Noid Light

Poor Fuel Economy – Little Tricks That Will Help In Boosting Your Mileage

Reducing Fuel Consumption – Keep More Money In Your Pocket

What Is That Fluid Leak Under My Car

Fuel Pump Diagnosis Tips from Carter (PDF file – requires Adobe Acrobat Reader to view).