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Fuel Suction Pipes
- The fuel suction pipes are usually located inside the fuel tank and are connected to the fuel pump which pumps fuel from the tank to the engine
- The suction pipe is designed to draw fuel from the bottom of the tank where it is stored. This ensures that the engine receives a constant supply of fuel even when the tank is low on fuel
- The fuel suction pipe is connected to the fuel pump which pumps fuel from the tank to the engine. Fuel lines connect all of the various fuel system components. Steel lines and flexible hoses carry the fuel from the tank to the engine.
- Fuel suction pipes are usually made of reinforced rubber to prevent breaking and kinking. Sometimes, they are also made of plastic materials