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How a fuel injection system works | How a Car Works
The injectors are one of two types, depending on the injection system. The first system uses continuous injection where the fuel is squirted into the inlet port all the time the engine is running. The injector simply acts as a spray nozzle to break up the fuel into a fine spray - it doesn't actually control the fuel flow.

How Fuel Injection Systems Work | HowStuffWorks
The last carburetor-equipped car came off the assembly line in 1990. Since then, fuel injectors have been the primary means of getting gasoline into the engine cylinder so it can combust and you can drive. Find out how fuel-injection systems work and about the various configurations used in the cars today.

Fuel injection - Wikipedia
Fuel injection is the introduction of fuel in an internal combustion engine, most commonly automotive engines, by the means of an injector.This article focuses on fuel injection in reciprocating piston and rotary piston engines. All Diesel (compression-ignition) engines use fuel injection, and many Otto (spark-ignition) engines use fuel injection of one kind or another.