Besides ensuring more efficient fuel delivery, Nissan fuel injectors greatly benefits the engine and exhaust performance. The engine is able to start-up more effectively, reach better mileage rate, response smoothly even during quick throttle transitions, and become more resistant to extreme temperatures. All these improvements significantly contribute to the lengthening of the engine's life. And when it comes to the exhaust performance, the fuel injector helps in producing lower emission rate. Subsequently, the exhaust system's catalytic converter will treat only a minimal amount of engine byproduct.
The fuel injection system of your Nissan is equipped with several fuel injectors which directly delivers fuel to every cylinder. Fuel injectors are nozzles that work by atomizing and spraying the fuel right into the combustion chamber. Perhaps, you're wondering what makes them different from carburetors. The injectors meter the fuel in harmony with the throttle movements and engine speed. Through this strategy, only correct amount of fuel with equal strength and quality is able to get ingested by the engine. And while fuel injectors accomplish only this particular task, carburetors are responsible of doing several roles all at once, compromising then efficient fuel delivery.
Your Nissan is perhaps utilizing a mechanical of electronic fuel injection system, depending on the type of engine it's carrying. The mechanical type is applicable only to diesel engine powered vehicles, while the electronic type is for internal combustion engines. The latter may possess multi-point injection, wherein there are several fuel injectors that delivers gasoline to every cylinder. These injectors or nozzles are electromechanical devices located in the air intake cavity or throttle body. Each of them is comprised of fuel filter, plunger, spray tip, solenoid and valve spring.
Since the amount of fuel delivered into the combustion chamber determines the correct fuel and air ratio that's going to be burned, the inefficiency of fuel injectors will affect the combustion process. This will lead to low engine performance, and apparently to high toxicity level of the emissions. The engine might also consume more than what it needs due to faulty operation, causing you to spend much on fuel. At this point, what you need is replacement. And here at PartsTrain, first-rate aftermarket Nissan fuel injectors are high quality guaranteed.