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|Fuel Filter Kit||Fuel Injector||Fuel Injector Nozzle|
|Fuel Injector Set||Fuel Line||Fuel Pressure Regulator|
|Fuel Pressure Sensor||Fuel Pump||Fuel Pump Assembly|
|Fuel Pump Relay||Fuel Pump Strainer||Fuel Rail|
|Fuel Sending Unit||Fuel Supply Pump|
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The Fuel Filter, as its name suggests, is used to filter or trap any debris or contaminants in the fuel. They are usually located between the fuel tank and the carburetor or the fuel injection system (in case of diesel engines). Unfiltered fuel can be detrimental to your car's running. The contaminants, which include paint chips or rust, can cause an abrasive intrusion when they flow in between the components of the engine. Pure, contaminant-free fuel can be effectively and completely burned and therefore, a fuel filter essentially ensures that your engine is kept running at its maximum efficiency. A fuel filter is usually consists of a heat-resistant paper mesh housed in a plastic or metal covering. They have an inlet and an outlet, each of which connects with the fuel line for the fuel to pass through and out of the filter.
In diesel engines, the filters usually have a bowl-shaped design to incorporate a water separator that is responsible for draining out the water from the fuel. As water is denser than diesel, it settles at the bottom of the filter cartridge, from where it is drained into a lower cavity called the drain bowl. This water needs to be drained out periodically through a valve. A water sensor which is mounted in the filter, is used to signal the ECU or the driver, through a light on the dashboard, about the presence of water in the filter. The fuel filter needs to be checked and changed at regular intervals as they tend to become clogged with contaminants. This clogging can cause a disruption in the fuel flow, thereby decreasing the efficiency of the engine.
If your engine is stalling or has a rough idle, it is likely because of a disrupted fuel flow due to a clogged filter. In such cases, it is vital that you should change your fuel filter at the earliest to avoid compromising your car's efficiency. At Buy Auto Parts we stock a wide variety of fuel filters for every car make and model.
We have genuine OEM replacements and premium aftermarket parts. All our car parts are thoroughly tested and come with a warranty. To view the parts that fit your vehicle, select the right year, make and model of your car on our online catalog. At Buy Auto Parts you will find high-quality fuel filters at unbeatable prices, and free shipping. If you have any questions about our car parts, call our toll-free support line 1-888-907-7225 or email us at [email protected].