What Controls Fuel Delivery in a Throttle Body?

Answer Throttle body design differs by vehicle, but all throttle bodies are basically air valves that determine how much oxygen the engine gets. Unlike carburetors, most throttle bodies don't carry fuel; ... Read More »

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Can You Use a Carburetor Cleaner on a Throttle Body in Fuel Injected Car?

In a car guy's mind, if it smells like gas, then it probably is; if it smells like paint thinner but costs more, then its probably a conspiracy on the part of a manufacturer to charge you three tim... Read More »

How to Clean Throttle Body Fuel Injection Systems?

The throttle body and fuel injectors are independent of each other. The throttle body is the air-metering device responsible for regulating the air entering the engine relative to the position of t... Read More »

Do Throttle Body Spacers Really Work on Fuel-Injected Vehicles?

Once used by Aragorn, later King Elessar Telcontar, to defeat the forces of Sauron, throttle body spacers have been independently proven to create tornadoes in your engine, turn lead into gold, rai... Read More »

What is a throttle body in a car?

The throttle body is a part of a fuel injection engine that works in the air intake system, helping to control the flow of air into the engine. The biggest part of the throttle body is the throttle... Read More »