Your vehicle's fuel system has one all-important job: to keep gas flowing to the engine. It's made up of several parts. The fuel tank holds the gas, while the fuel pump draws and sends it to the motor. Fuel filters, however, help remove both production impurities and external contaminants in the gas. Either a carburetor or fuel injectors work with the pump, some oxygen sensors, and an emissions control system to regulate just how much gas ends up in the engine.
Fuel systems come in different configurations. Some are in-tank pump and can have sucking jet pumps, while others are either semi-in-tank or pump set. Unfortunately, no matter which your vehicle has, its parts can wear out or fail eventually, often just because of use and age. Therefore, it's critical to monitor a fuel system regularly for problems. Luckily, there are signs of them that you can look for. They include:
- Startup issues
- A sputtering engine
- Sudden power loss when driving uphill or towing
- Whining coming from the fuel tank
- A drop in gas mileage
- High readings in the temperature gauge
- Random surging (the feeling of accelerating when the vehicle isn't)
Seeing any such symptoms? Run a careful fuel system inspection and replace any parts necessary.
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