Question about 2001 Honda CR-V
Basically, the Honda CR-V intake manifold is designed to supply fuel and air to the cylinders of the engine. It is also known as a system of passages and the induction system?s inlet manifold. The combination of air and fuel is vital in the internal combustion process of the engine. Through it, the engine is able to produce power essential for the vehicle?s component and parts to function well. The mixture of air and fuel should be at all times consistent since any imbalance on the chemical composition will result to high level of toxic elements with its byproduct. Furthermore, this will cause poor engine performance and poor fuel mileage.
Posted on Oct 07, 2010
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