fuel advance system

fuel advance system
Advances fuel delivery during cold starts on GM vehicle. Consists of a thermal-sensitive solenoid on the intake manifold which sends a signal to the HPCA terminal, which opens a ball-check valve on top of the injection pump housing. With pump housing pressure reduced, the timing mechanism has less resistance to overcome and operates earlier, advancing fuel delivery 3 degrees

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