Fuel Pumps

Fuel Pumps

What does a fuel pump do?

A fuel pump is responsible for retrieving the petrol or diesel from the fuel tank and delivering it to the ignition chamber. It can be a standalone device or integrated with a fuel gauge in a fuel pump module.

Increased fuel efficiency results in optimal power output, ease of engine startup, reduced costs and maintenance.

A wide range of fuel pumps

Valeo offers a wide portfolio of fuel pumps including mechanical fuel pumps, electrical in-line fuel pumps, electrical fuel pump modules, electrical pumps for modules, fuel level senders and filters. All fuel pump products are engineered and produced according to Original Equipment (O.E.) specifications.

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Mechanical-On-Engine fuel pump

Mechanical-On-Engine fuel pump

What is a mechanical fuel pump?

A mechanical fuel pump is a device that delivers fuel to the engine. Due to the fact that mechanical fuel pumps generally work on carbureted engines, they are typically found only on older vehicles.

Electrical-In-Line fuel pump

Electrical-In-Line fuel pump

What is an electrical-in-line fuel pump?

Electrical-in-line fuel pumps first appeared with the introduction of injection engines. Electrical fuel pumps are needed to feed the injection circuit.

Electrical-In-Tank fuel pump

Electrical-In-Tank fuel pump

What is an electrical-in-tank fuel pump?

An in-tank fuel pump was already installed with the tank before fitting in the car on the production line. This strategy was chosen by car maker due to easier integration.

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