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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The main components of the fuel system include fuel tank, fuel pump, fuel filter fuel injector and carburetor.