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Consequences of excessive gasoline pump pressure


Excessive pressure in the gasoline pump can disrupt normal lubrication conditions, such as excessive oil viscosity, deterioration and gum formation, clogged filter elements and oil ducts, inability to pump oil, inability to start the car, reduced engine life, pipeline rupture, and cylinder flooding.

The following is an introduction:

1. Gasoline pump: Gasoline pump is an important fuel supply system in automobiles. If it does not work during driving, it will directly cause the vehicle to be unable to drive, work poorly, and even cause the vehicle to accelerate and gasp. If there is a malfunction, there is no warning, and it cannot start, making it inconvenient to deal with. Therefore, timely detection, judgment, and resolution of faults are very important;

2. Hazard: Gasoline has a cooling and lubricating effect on the oil pump. If the oil pump is not refueled and alarmed in a timely manner, the cooling and lubrication effect of the oil pump will be reduced, causing damage. Poor quality gasoline impurities can cause blockage in the fuel supply system and cause wear and damage to the oil pump. Early oil pump damage was mostly caused by the use of inferior fuel.

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