D - Direct injection

05 June 2006

Direct injection - A more efficient way of burning fuel by injecting it directly into the combustion chambers of an engine rather than a separate pre-combustion chamber. It is most common in diesel engines, although direct injection petrol engines are available from Audi, Mitsubishi, Volkswagen and Toyota and are becoming more prevalent.


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