Petrol supply system

  • The fuel supply system in a petrol engine comprises various components that work together to transfer a set amount of fuel from a car’s fuel tank to its engine for combustion.
  • These components include a fuel tank, fuel pump, carburettor, fuel injectors, fuel filters and fuel lines
  • The primary function of this system is to store and supply fuel for the engines. Petrol gets drawn from the tank through fuel lines to the injector by fuel pumps
  • fuel stored in the fuel tank is supplied to carburetor by means of a simple diaphragm pump through a fuel filter