Diesel and Gasoline The Carburetor (old school) and fuel injection.
Diesel fuel injection service allows you to fill you car will fuel that will allow for your car to travel further. Diesel is typically used by trucks.
Diesel Common-rail Injection - (Diesel Fuel Injection System)
Carburetors and Fuel Injection... also direct and indirect fuel injection.
Where is the injection control pressure sensor on a 2004 ford f 350 6.0 diesel or fuel injection module?
diesel only comes in fuel injection, the fuel needs high pressure to ignite, and cannot only be sucked in like with a carburator on a petrol engine
there are lots of differences. one no spark plugs. diesel fires by compression and heat gas or petrol requires a spark. the fuel delivery is diffrent to diesel is usally injected under a higher psi to areosol the fuel better. but diesel is more like fuel injection because the valves are diffrent
Carburetor and injection.
IT has electric fuel injection there is an fsd module (Fuel Solenoid Driver) sitting in the v of the motor. I'm guessing its the 6.5 Detroit.
CRDI is an abbreviation for common rail direct fuel injection. This is a direct fuel injection system that is used in diesel and petrol engines.
You've got a leak in your fuel injection system.
Yes, It is a mechanical fuel injection system with an injector pump to pump fuel to the injectors.
A system of fuel delivery where a precise amount of atomized fuel is fed into each combusion chamber at a specific time.
Carburation and injection.
It is internal to the fuel injection pump.
CRDI is common rail diesel injection where as MPFI is multi point fuel injection
It is also called a transfer pump. It lifts or transfers the fuel from the tank to the fuel injection pump on diesel vehicle.
The aspiration of a motor normally refers to whether or not is is tubocharged, not the fuel delivery system
MPFI is Multi-Point Fuel Injection, which is the fuel system used with gasoline engines. CRDI is Common Rail Direct Injection, which is the fuel system used in diesel engines.
no there are several types of fuel injections. diesel also use multi point fuel injection simliar to a gas but alot bigger
Diesel fuel injection injects fuel into air that is hot enough to ignite the fuel. Spark ignition takes a fuel air mixture mixed and then drawn into the cylinder before ignition, then ignites with an electric spark.
I stands for "injected" type of fuel delivery, either gasoline or Diesel.
A 2.8l turbo diesel Mitsubishi Pajero uses a direct injection fuel supply system. It uses diesel and has a fuel tank capacity of 92 liters.