mixture control unit


mixture control unit
[1] A unit in the K-jetronic fuel injection system which combines the fuel distributor and the airflow sensor; it monitors the rate of airflow and meters the fuel supplied to the injectors.
[2] In Bosch CIS, the collective term for the airflow sensor plate and the fuel distributor, which are integrated into a single component

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