HP0 Supply Pump Construction

• The HP0 supply pump is mainly made up of a pumping system as in conventional in-line pumps (two cylinders), the PCV (Pump Control Valve) for controlling the fuel discharge quantity, the cylinder recognition sensor {TDC (G) sensor}, and the feed pump.

• It supports the number of engine cylinders by changing the number of peaks on the cam. The supply pump rotates at half the speed of the engine. The relationship between the number of engine cylinders and the supply pump pumping is as shown in the table below.

• By increasing the number of cam peaks to handle the number of engine cylinders, a compact, two-cylinder pump unit is achieved. Furthermore, because this pump has the same number of pumping strokes as injections, it maintains a smooth and stable rail pressure.

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