Wortformen:(regular plural) fuel rails
(Automotive engineering: Vehicle components, Engine, transmission, and exhaust) A fuel rail is high pressure tubing which takes fuel to the injectors in an internal combustion engine. ▶ fuel
⇒ The fuel passes from the fuel rail into the injectors in metal fuel pipes. ⇒ Be very careful when you pull off the fuel rail from the top of the injectors, as although it is made out of metal, it easily bends
or breaks. ⇒ The fuel rail is the long, round metal bar that runs along the top of the injectors and is held
onto the manifold with a few bolts.
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