Most repair manuals like Haynes and Chilton have them in the back of the books if you get a good one that has it also you can get most repair manuals at the local library at no cost. So give that a try.
As I am thinking of buying an EOBD scanner to diagnose and repair an acceleration problem with my car, without having a large bill for garage time, I wanted to find out how engine management systems work. I came across this website, which is very helpful. You are going to need a printer I think!
The factory service manuals are the best source. You can find them on E-bay or other web sites. Chilton's, Haynes or other do-it-yourself manuals are not complete enough to carry these schematics.
Fuel injection.Fuel injection.
www.alldata.com There are different types of FI. Do a Google search for "How Fuel Injection Works"
You can find used marine fuel injection pumps for Mercury Marine at junkyards. You can also check local marine stores.
programed multi point fuel injectionProgrammed Fuel Injection
Carburetor, mechanical fuel injection, throttle body electronic fuel injection, ported electronic fuel injection,
You can find the fuel injection diagram for the 2000 Alero online at places like Edmunds.com and Easy Auto Diagnostics. You can also find this diagram on the Internet at Great Auto Help.
fuel injection controlled by a cpu
No, multi point fuel injection.No, multi point fuel injection.
Yes -Electronic Fuel Injection
1986 fuel injection came out and yes it is fuel injected
Most times with fuel injection it is in the tank and gets changed with the fuel pump.
*With Fuel Injection: **Inside the fuel tank *Without Fuel Injection
It is fuel Injection. FOR SURE
yes the dodge neon have fuel injection
Yes, the 1997 Honda Prelude does have fuel injection.
Assuming that you are asking about fuel injection, fuel injection is an alternative to using a carburetor to get the fuel to the cylinders. There are several different types of fuel injection. Probably the three most common are throttle body fuel injection, port fuel injection and direct fuel injection. Throttle body fuel injection uses something that looks a good deal like a carburetor but has one, two or more electrical operated solenoid valves that spray a metered amount of fuel into the incoming combustion air. Port fuel injection is similar but the fuel is injected into the intake manifold port of each cylinder. Port fuel injection can provide improvements in emissions, fuel economy and performance if done correctly. Both throttle body and port fuel injection are low pressure systems. Direct fuel injection injects the fuel directly into the combustion chamber and is a high pressure system. Direct fuel injection can provide even more improvement in emissions, fuel mileage and performance and is becoming more and more common in passenger vehicles. As a further note, most, if not all, compression combustion (like a diesel engine) engines use high pressure direct fuel injection.
Carburetors and Fuel Injection... also direct and indirect fuel injection.