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The fuel system. Fuel pump, fuel filter, gas tank, fuel ...
Air, Fuel and Spark. The fuel system is critical in storing and delivering the gasoline or diesel fuel your engine needs to run. Think of it as your vascular system, with a heart (fuel pump), veins (fuel lines) and kidneys (filter). A failure in any of these fuel system components has the same devastating effects as in your body.

How Does the Fuel System Work in a Modern Car ...
Consequently, the fuel systems found in modern cars can get pretty complex. Luckily, the most complex ways vehicles save fuel involve programming in the ECU. Physically, there are only a handful of fuel system layouts to be found under the hoods of modern cars. It starts at the pump.

How Do Vehicle Fuel Systems Work? | All About Automotive
Maintenance on the fuel system is pretty simple. The main component is to keep clean fresh fuel in your vehicle. Contamination and debris are the number one cause of fuel system failures. If your vehicle is equipped with an inline fuel filter it is recommended that the filter is replaced on a yearly basis or approximately every 15,000 miles.