control pressure


control pressure
[1] The pressure in a fuel injection system.
[2] the pressure coming from line pressure or throttle pressure in the automatic transmission which pushes on the command valves.
[3] In a Bosch CIS, the pressurized fuel used as a hydraulic control fluid to apply a counterforce to the control plunger in Bosch CIS. Control pressure alters the air-fuel ratio through the operation of the control-pressure regulator

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