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Fuel supply system includes the entire system necessary to transport the fuel to the engine. There are differences between the fuel systems of diesel and gasoline vehicles. In diesel engines fuel-air mixture is produced in the combustion chamber and in classic gasoline engines in the carburettor. In addition, modern cars now use direct injection in both systems.
The fuel system is equipped with an electric pump to move the fuel. The pump pumps the fuel out the tank and pumps it into the fuel filter. The filter removes impurities from the fuel. Then there is a carburettor or direct injection. If the system is leaking, the fuel drips on the ground. If there are other problems in the fuel supply system, it can lead to complete power loss.
For example, if the fuel pump fails, the fuel supply to the entire system stops. In any case it is necessary immediately to contact the service centre. It will be rational to go to the car repair shop only after consultation, as the trip may worsen the damage.
In general, the fuel supply system must not be operated open-circuit. If this happened without an automatic blow, it is necessary to remove air from the system. This is also necessary when changing the fuel filter. Otherwise, the car will not start or its power will weaken. After any repair of the fuel system, it is necessary to blow it before you start the car.
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