The electronic computer sends the electric impulses and provides the proper amount of fuel. The computer receives a signal for the ignition distributor to establish the timing sequence.
By sending electric current impulses to the injectors in a sequence timed to coincide with the needs of the engine, the system will supply fuel to the engine as it should.
Continuous fuel injection systems (fig. 4-45) provide a continuous spray of fuel from each injector at a point in the intake port located just before the intake valve. Because the entrance of the fuel into the cylinder is controlled by the intake valve, the continuous system fulfills the requirements of a gasoline engine.
Figure 4-45. - Continuous fuel injection system.Continue Reading