Fuel injection systems can vary but the objectives remain the same.
- Power output,
- Fuel efficiency
- Emissions performance
- Reliability, Driveability and smooth operation,
- Diagnostic capability
Modern digital electronic fuel injection systems optimise these objectives more effectively and consistently than earlier fuel delivery systems and have the potential to atomize fuel better.
Fuel injection provides smoother and more consistent throttle response, quick throttle reaction times, easier cold starting, accurate adjustment of fuel taking in to account the changes in ambient temperatures and air pressure, more stable idling with the main aim of reducing overall vehicle emissions.
Keeping the fuel injectors clean will maintain engine performance and reduce component related contamination faults or breakdowns. Maintaining emissions and fuel efficiency.