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The car fuel pump is an integral part that pumps the fuel from engine to tank. A failure of fuel pump could be a disaster especially cars, trucks, SUVs except for motorcycles that do not require a fuel pump, just need gravity to feed fuel. Car owners should be well aware of the common symptoms of fuel pump malfunctioning.

 

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Types of Fuel Pumps

Mechanical Fuel Pumps

 

Prior to widely used electronic fuel injection, most carbureted engines used mechanical fuel pumps to transfer fuel from the tank to the carburetor. This old school pump is simple. It uses a rubber diaphragm and contains a pump chamber who volume is increased or decreased by the flexing of the flexible diaphragm. They usually drive off the crankshaft. A crankshaft lever moves diaphragm of the pump up and down pumping in fuel. These pumps are great for low-pressure applications.

Electrical Fuel Pumps

 

You will find them in both electronic fuel injection and carbureted motor. These pumps have the ability to pump the fuel anywhere in the system and happens to be more efficient. This kind of pumps has its own motor and is operated by ECU of the vehicle. These pumps can operate at much higher pressure than a mechanical pump and are easy to hook up as they have positive (+) and negative (-) sides. Feed the negative (-) side which is grounded to the frame and the positive (+) side receives the voltage.

Where to find fuel pumps?

 

As said earlier, fuel pumps are quite an essential part of your automobile. Therefore, it is required to have them from the well-known manufacturers. You can find the largest number car fuel pumps on Boodmo.com at a comparatively cheaper price. Boodmo.com started with an aim to offer genuine spare parts to Indian consumers who sometimes end up paying more to their repair shops.

The car fuel pump is an integral part that pumps the fuel from engine to tank. A failure of fuel pump could be a disaster especially cars, trucks, SUVs except for motorcycles that do not require a fuel pump, just need gravity to feed fuel. Car owners should be well aware of the common symptoms of fuel pump malfunctioning.

 


Types of Fuel Pumps

Mechanical Fuel Pumps

 

Prior to widely used electronic fuel injection, most carbureted engines used mechanical fuel pumps to transfer fuel from the tank to the carburetor. This old school pump is simple. It uses a rubber diaphragm and contains a pump chamber who volume is increased or decreased by the flexing of the flexible diaphragm. They usually drive off the crankshaft. A crankshaft lever moves diaphragm of the pump up and down pumping in fuel. These pumps are great for low-pressure applications.

Electrical Fuel Pumps

 

You will find them in both electronic fuel injection and carbureted motor. These pumps have the ability to pump the fuel anywhere in the system and happens to be more efficient. This kind of pumps has its own motor and is operated by ECU of the vehicle. These pumps can operate at much higher pressure than a mechanical pump and are easy to hook up as they have positive (+) and negative (-) sides. Feed the negative (-) side which is grounded to the frame and the positive (+) side receives the voltage.

Where to find fuel pumps?

 

As said earlier, fuel pumps are quite an essential part of your automobile. Therefore, it is required to have them from the well-known manufacturers. You can find the largest number car fuel pumps on Boodmo.com at a comparatively cheaper price. Boodmo.com started with an aim to offer genuine spare parts to Indian consumers who sometimes end up paying more to their repair shops.