OEM Fuel Injector:
Almost all two-wheelers and four-wheelers are incorporated with a fuel injection system to ensure the flow of the right quantity of fuel/oxygen mixture into the engine. This enables the engine to run smoothly and efficiently.
Traditionally the fuel/air mixture was moderated by the carburetor. However, the biggest challenge of a carburetor was that owing to the distance between the carburetor and the engines, the former was incapable of supplying the required fuel/air mixture consistently to a four-cylinder engine.
An OEM fuel injector sprays a fine fuel mist which combines with the oxygen in the air to trigger a combustion process that powers the engine of your Cars and bikes. Since the amount of air entering the engine changes very quickly and drastically, the fuel injectors need to keep up with this change to supply the right amount of fuel for the ideal fuel-to-air combustion ratio. The fuel system in an automobile is highly sophisticated and mechanized, and all the parts associated with the process need to work in tandem with one another to deliver the right amount of fuel to power the vehicle.
Considering the amount of work these fuel injectors do, they are subject to wear and tear over time. It is then required to replace these with new OEM ones.
OEM or ‘Original Equipment Manufacturer’ are replacement parts of automotive that are made by the same manufacturer as the original one. The automobile industry by and large source different parts of cars and bikes from specialized manufacturers. When a part needs to be replaced, they go back to the same manufacturer for an identical replacement of the same to ensure uninterrupted operation.
Fuel injectors are one such part which vehicle manufacturers source from different manufacturers. Therefore, upon breakdown, they are replaced with OEM fuel injectors.Publisher: Fadiyah Sameh