Most modern vehicles use some form of fuel injection, as opposed to earlier cars that employed a carburetor to mix gasoline and air on it’s way into the engine. Normally most car owners never see more than the exterior of the fuel injectors under the hood. Here’s your chance to catch a glimpse of what’s going on inside each of those fuel injectors that sit atop the engine.
About This Video The above video the operation of the automotive fuel injector. It goes into how to test the fuel injector, theory of operation and other aspects of reading the injector waveform on the automotive scope. Finally, coverage is also given as to the specific current flow characteristics for automotive fuel injectors. Schools may use this automotive technology video as an in-class companion.
If you feel that the quality of your vehicle ride has degenerated as compared to what it was just a few months ago, it’s good to understand how to check whether the shock absorbers or struts in your car are working properly. Below are some tips on just how to do that. Observe From The Front: Park your car on a flat surface in such a way it looks perfectly level.
The average price of conventional gasoline at the pump is currently between $3.60 and $3.70 a gallon. With persistently increasing prices, alternative fuels are increasing in popularity. Popular alternative fuels can produce the same results as standard gasoline, but at a fraction of the price. Because of the amount of energy needed in a car, the fuel must be in fairly portable form, i.e. a liquid or solid. Internal combustion engines need clean burning fuels in order to maintain optimal efficiency, and the cleanest burning fuels are either gases or liquids.