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Instead of having a distributor pump with a separate pipe to each injector, the common rail is just that. A single pipe (or rail) connected to all four injectors. The fuel is allowed through only when the ECU triggers the injector. These common rail systems run at extremely high pressures (in excess of 25,000psi) so please do not attempt to dismantle one unless you have the relevant experience. You might very well seriously injure or kill yourself!
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