Fuel Pump

A Fuel Pump is a component in a vehicle’s fuel system that delivers fuel from the fuel tank to the engine.
A Fuel Pump is important because it provides the fuel pressure necessary for the engine to operate. It is also responsible for maintaining a consistent flow of fuel to the engine, which is essential for optimal performance.
Signs that a Fuel Pump may need to be replaced include difficulty starting the engine, reduced engine power, and a whining noise coming from the fuel tank.
The location of the Fuel Pump can vary depending on the make and model of the vehicle. In most vehicles, the Fuel Pump is located in the fuel tank. Some vehicles may have an external Fuel Pump, which is typically located near the fuel tank.
A Fuel Pump uses an electric motor to create suction that draws fuel from the fuel tank and sends it to the engine. The Fuel Pump is controlled by the engine’s electronic control unit (ECU), which regulates the fuel pressure and flow rate based on various sensor inputs, such as engine speed, temperature, and load.