Fuel Injector

A Fuel Injector is a component in a vehicle’s engine that delivers fuel to the combustion chamber in a controlled and precise manner. It replaces the traditional carburetor that was used in older vehicles.
A Fuel Injector is important because it helps to ensure that the correct amount of fuel is delivered to the engine at the right time. This allows for more efficient combustion, improved engine performance, and reduced emissions.
Fuel Injectors typically last for the lifetime of the vehicle, but they can become clogged or damaged over time. Signs that a Fuel Injector may need to be replaced include rough idling, poor acceleration, and increased fuel consumption.
A Fuel Injector is located in the intake manifold or the cylinder head of the engine, depending on the make and model of the vehicle.
A Fuel Injector sprays fuel into the combustion chamber in a fine mist, where it mixes with air and ignites to produce power. The Fuel Injector is controlled by the engine’s electronic control unit (ECU), which regulates the amount of fuel delivered based on various sensor inputs, such as engine speed, temperature, and load.