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denso fuel pump assembly 1405-9320A343G bosch fuel pump vp44
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Good Quality denso fuel pump assembly from China Lutong.
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China Lutong Part Plant is specialist for Diesel Fuel Injection Parts, Especially Diesel Parts for VE Diesel injection pump, Such as Rotor Head, Diesel Nozzles, Plungers and Delivery valve etc Reference components in Fuel Injection Parts.
Also launched VE pumps for years, about VE pumps:
The purpose of the fuel injection pump is to deliver an exact metered amount of fuel, under high pressure, at the right time to the injector. The injector, unlike in a gasoline engine, injects the fuel directly into the cylinder or a prechamber connected to the cylinder.
The VE in the name of the Bosch pump used in the VW diesels and many other small diesel engines stands for "Verteiler", which is German for distributor or divider. The other common kind of injection pump is the inline pump. The difference between them is that the "Verteiler" VE pump has one fuel metering plunger, and a mechanism (the "Verteiler"/distributor) to send the fuel to the right cylider. The inline pump has one plunger for each cylinder.
Some other functions of the fuel injection pump are:
Timing-- The timing is adjusted in response to engine RPM. At higher RPM s, the fuel pressure from the vane transfer pump is higher. Pressure changes effects a spring loaded plunger, and the resulting movement will move the cam rollers to either advance or retard the timing. There is also a cold start device which advances the idle timing manually.
Governor-- A mechanical governor limits the maximum speed of the engine to 4800 rpm in the bus/vanagon application and 5350 rpm in newer passenger cars. It can be seen just above the cam disk in the middle figure.
Stop-- A magnet valve or solenoid (shown in the figures) opens and shuts off the fuel channel between the feed pump and the metering pump.
Aneroid-- An air inlet pressure sensor is used to determine maximum amount of fuel delivered on injection pumps for turbo engines. On newer ('89 and later) naturally aspirated engines a similar arrangement is used for altitude compensation.
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