Return Fuel Delivery System

When the fuel pump is activated by the ECM, pressurized fuel flows out of the tan, through the fuel filter to the fuel rail and up to the pressure regulator. The pressure regulator maintains fuel pressure in the rail at a specified value. Fuel in excess of that consumed by engine operation is returned to the tank by a fuel return line. A pulsation damper, mounted on the fuel rail, is used on many engines to dampen pressure variations in the fuel rail. The injectors, when turned on by the ECM deliver fuel into the intake manifold. When the fuel pump is turned off by the ECM, a check valve in the fuel pump closes maintaining a residual pressure in the fuel system.

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