Most cars run on petrol or diesel, some will use electricity, propane, bio fuel or a combination such as petrol and electricity.
the car won't start
Fuel goes in the car's cylinder, and when the fuel goes in the cylinder it causes a device to to lower. Then the fuel explodes, and when this device comes up, it pushes the CO2 and SO2 out of the car. The system then restarts again and again.
What car? low fuel level???
Could be fuel pump or fuel pump relay.
My car is out of fuel, which is why I am now headed toward the gas station.
Your owner's manual says the fuel grade that your car was designed for. Some cars have stickers on the fuel filler door stating the fuel grade.
The fuel line goes underneath the car along of the left side of the frame.
It won't do anything if the fuel injection goes out. IF the car is running fairly well but knocking, it's not the fuel injectors. You have more serious problems within the engine.
Well sort of the fuel pump is in the middle of the car and the alternator is in the front or back depending on what type of car you have.
This depends in the make of the hybrid car, but generally you can use regular unleaded fuel in your hybrid car without having an issue with your car. It is best to consult the deal about fuel before making a purchase.
No the First Car used Gasoline to run. Gasoline is a type of fuel
From the tank, gasoline goes through the fuel line, fuel pump and fuel filter brfore entering the engine. In a fuel-injected engine, it then goes directly to the injectors and gets injected into the cylinder. In a carburated engine, the fuel goes through the carburator, then the intake, and passes through the intake valve into the cylinder.