Learning New Thing

Wednesday, September 26, 2012

When I come across something interesting me enough, I want to know in detail what it means, what it does, and what it is. For example, I recently heard of HPOP (high-pressure oil pump) from having my car fixed. 

Many cars are now having the fuel injecting system, which means you don't have to pump the gas pedal when turning the car on. You can put the key in the ignition, turn, and your car will be on. That is one great thing to have, especially for people who live in the colder climate like me, and have an automatic starter.

I can turn my car on ahead of time in the winter to warm it up from the inside of my house with just a push of a button. It is a nice gadget to have, but I really never pay attention to how all of these things work to give me this comfort!

To my understanding, the fuel injection system in my car uses an oil pump to pull the high pressure oil to the electric unit injector. Thus, it helps my car to start up. Without the oil pump working properly, I will not be able to use my automatic starter.

I now have a vague idea on the purpose of what the oil pump does in my car, not thoroughly, but have a little bit more understanding.

 
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1 comment:

  1. Interesting. Thanks for the brief summary. There is so much to learn.

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