The Blockage Of The Injector Nozzle Can Seriously Affect The Performance Of The Car
As one of the key components of the electric injection engine, the performance of the nozzle will seriously affect the performance of the engine. The blockage of the nozzle can seriously affect the performance of the car. The blockage is caused by a carbon deposition in the engine nozzle or by the impurities in the fuel. After a period of driving, certain deposits are formed in the fuel system. The formation of sediment is directly related to automobile fuel: firstly, because gasoline itself contains colloids, impurities, dust and impurities brought in during storage and transportation, etc., deposits similar to oil sludge are accumulated over time in automobile oil tanks, oil pipelines and other places. Secondly, the unstable components in gasoline react at a certain temperature to form colloidal and resinous stickiness. These viscous substances in the nozzle, the intake valve, and other parts of the burning, the sediment will become hard carbon accumulation.
In addition, due to urban traffic congestion, cars are often at low speed and idle, which will aggravate the formation and accumulation of these deposits. Oil system sediment is very harmful. The sediment will clog the needle valve and valve hole of the injector nozzle, affect the working performance of the precision components of the electronic injection system, and lead to the decrease of dynamic performance. The sediment will form carbon accumulation in the air inlet valve, causing it to be closed loosely, resulting in the engine idling instability, increased fuel consumption and accompanied by the deterioration of exhaust emissions. The deposits will form hard carbon accumulation in the parts such as the piston top and cylinder head. Due to the high thermal capacity of carbon accumulation and poor thermal conductivity, it is easy to cause engine shock and other failures. It will also shorten the life of the three-way catalyst.