6D114 Used Fuel Injection Pump 39203 - 00077 For Excavator PC300 - 7 PC360 - 7
|Part name||Engine fuel pump|
|Pump code||39203 - 000771|
What is a fuel pump?
Because the fuel tank is located on the opposite end of the car from the engine, a fuel pump is required to draw the gas toward the engine. There are two kinds: mechanical, which were used in carbureted cars, and electric, which is used in cars with electronic fuel injection.
A carburetor is a fuel delivery mechanism that makes use of the simple principle of vacuum in order to deliver fuel to the engine. The same vacuum that draws the air-fuel mixture into the engine also draws fuel along the lines toward the engine.
However, additional help is necessary, so carbureted engines have a mechanical fuel pump. This runs off of the engine's rotation; as a result, in a carbureted car, it is located alongside the engine.
How does the fuel system work in a diesel engine?
The fuel injection pump is fed with fuel in abundance. The excess fuel is by-passed to the intake side of the fuel transfer pump through a relief valve. The main components of the fuel system in diesel engine are:
1. fuel filter
Filtering petrol and air
Both petrol and air are filtered before passing into the carburettor.
The petrol filter may be a replaceable paper one inside a plastic housing in the fuel line . A pump may include a wire or plastic gauze filter, and sometimes a bowl to catch sediment .
The air cleaner is a box fitted over the carburettor air intake, usually containing a replaceable paper-filter element.
2. fuel lift pump
3. fuel injection pump
Most mechanical and electrical systems pump fuel only when the carburettor needs it. An alternative system has a complete circuit of pipes, from the tank to the carburettor and back again. The pump sends petrol continuously round this circuit, from which the carburettor draws petrol as it needs it
4. atomisers and
5. high pressure pipe