Description of a fuel supply system. Suzuki Liana (since 2002 release)
Suzuki Liana since 2002
1. Operation and maintenance of the car
2. Engine
2.1. Preliminary checks
2.2. Mechanical part of engines
2.3. Engine cooling system
2.4. Engine lubrication system
2.5. Fuel system
2.5.1. Precautionary measures at service of fuel system
2.5.2. Description of fuel system
2.5.3. Description of a fuel supply system
2.5.4. Description of the fuel pump
2.5.5. Procedure of dumping of pressure of fuel
2.5.6. Procedure of check of leak of fuel
2.5.7. Removal and installation of a fuel pipe
2.5.8. Removal and installation of a fuel nozzle
2.5.9. Check of a fuel nozzle
2.5.10. Removal and installation of the regulator of pressure of fuel
2.5.11. Check of a cover of a jellied mouth of the fuel tank
2.5.12. Removal and installation of the fuel tank
2.5.13. Procedure of cleaning of the fuel tank
2.5.14. Removal and installation of the inlet valve of the fuel tank
2.5.15. Check of the inlet valve of the fuel tank
2.5.16. Check of the fuel pump on the car
2.5.17. Removal and installation of the fuel pump assembled
2.5.18. Dismantling and assembly of the fuel pump
2.6. System of ignition
2.7. System of release
2.8. The engine and system of decrease in toxicity of the fulfilled gases (M13 and M16 engines)
2.9. Tables
3. Transmission
4. Running gear
5. Steering mechanism
6. Brake system
7. Onboard electric equipment
8. Body
9. Schemes of electric equipment
 






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2.5.3. Description of a fuel supply system

The fuel supply system consists of the fuel tank, the fuel pump (with the built-in fuel filter), the regulator of pressure of fuel, a fuel stage and fuel nozzles.
Fuel from the fuel tank is sucked in by the fuel pump, passes through the fuel filter and moves under pressure to fuel nozzles through a fuel stage. As fuel pressure in a fuel nozzle (fuel pressure in the giving fuel-supply line) is always supported by pressure regulator at the certain level and exceeds pressure in an inlet collector, fuel is injected into the inlet channel of a head of the block of cylinders when the fuel nozzle opens on a signal from an electronic control unit.
The fuel bypassed by pressure regulator comes back through the return fuel-supply line to the fuel tank.

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