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.
The carburetor is a key component that's found in many cars, trucks and other vehicles with internal combustion engines. While they fuel injection systems have slowly been replacing them, they remain a vital component in the automotive industry.