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Gasoline and diesel vehicles are similar. They both use internal combustion engines. A gasoline car typically uses a spark-ignited internal combustion engine, rather than the compression-ignited systems used in diesel vehicles.
In a spark-ignited system, the fuel is injected into the combustion chamber and combined with air. Although gasoline is the most common transportation fuel, there are alternative fuel options that use similar components and engine systems.
Learn about alternative fuel options. How Do Gasoline Cars Work?
Electronic control module ECM : The ECM controls the fuel mixture, ignition timing, and emissions system; monitors the operation of the vehicle; safeguards the engine from abuse; and detects and troubleshoots problems. Exhaust system: The exhaust system channels the exhaust gases from the engine out through the tailpipe.
A three-way catalyst is deed to reduce engine-out emissions within the exhaust system. Fuel filler: A nozzle from a fuel dispenser attaches to the receptacle on the vehicle to fill the tank. Fuel injection system: This system introduces fuel into the engine's combustion chambers for ignition.
Fuel line: A metal tube or flexible hose or a combination of these transfers fuel from the tank to the engine's fuel injection system. Fuel pump: A pump that transfers fuel from the tank to the engine's fuel injection system via the fuel line.
Fuel tank gasoline : This tank stores gasoline on board the vehicle until it's needed by the engine.Need gas in your car
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