Fuel Systems Q&A
What Types are There?
In-tank pumps with sucking a jet pumps, in-tank pumps without them, semi-in-tank pumps, and pump sets.
What are the Parts of One?
A fuel tank, fuel pump, a fuel filter or filters, and either a carburetor (in older Mazda vehicles) or fuel injectors (in newer models).
What Do They Do?
Help keep gas flowing to the engine properly.
How Do They Work?
The tank holds gas; the pump draws it out and sends it to the engine; the fuel filters capture byproducts and other impurities in the gas before they can enter the engine; and the carburetor or injector system works with the pump, an oxygen sensor system, and an emissions control system to regulate gas movement.
What are the Signs of Problems with One?
- Trouble starting
- A sputtering engine
- Sudden engine power loss (especially when towing or driving uphill)
- Whining noises coming from the fuel tank
- Worsening fuel economy
- A hot reading on the temperature gauge
- Random surging
See any, and you should perform a fuel system inspection and replace any necessary parts. Before you buy new ones, however, you should make sure they're genuine.
Why Buy Genuine Mazda Fuel System Parts?
The brand designs them for its cars and SUVs specifically. That compatibility guarantee, aftermarket fuel systems and parts can't always make.
Where Can I Order OEM Fuel Systems Online?
From the catalog here at our auto parts store. To find what fits your model and model year more easily, simply browse it accordingly. Buy now to take advantage of fast shipping and delivery right to your door.
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