Hummer Fuel System Parts

The Hummer brand traces its roots back to the early 1980’s when it was developed to serve as the U.S. Army’s main light tactical vehicle called the Humvee. Originally produced by AM General Corporation, Hummers were able to distinguish themselves in active duty in the early 90’s during the Persian Gulf War. In 1992, a civilian version of Humvee, designated the Hummer, was introduced as a result of its growing popularity, and not just within military ranks. In 1999, GM bought the Hummer brand name and became accountable for the development of all future Hummer SUVs. Hummers earned their reputation for offering a no-sweat, all-terrain capability and rugged, tank-like appearance.

If you have noticed that the optimum speed, power, and engine output of your Hummer are not where they ought to be, then most likely you have a problem with one or several components of your fuel delivery system. Your engine may sputter, choke, or even stop running when the proper amount of fuel is not delivered to its combustion chamber. With fuel prices soaring to new heights, wasting fuel is simply unaffordable. Besides terrible gas mileage and unstable engine performance, you are also looking at high emissions because of a faulty component in your vehicle’s fuel delivery system. Our selection of Hummer fuel delivery parts will help you keep your SUV as efficient as possible.

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A Fuel tank sending unit is a term for the mechanical assembly inside your fuel tank which measures the level of liquid in the tank, then reports its findings to the fuel gauge on your instrument cluster. All sending units contain a "float" piece which does just what it describes - floats atop the surface of the fuel. Many automakers design the float piece as an...
Fuel injectors spray fuel directly into your engine’s cylinders during the intake stroke when a piston moves down to allow air and fuel to fill the cylinder chamber. When injectors are malfunctioning, leaking, or have failed completely, they will cause rough engine performance, poor idle, reduced power and economy, and exhaust that’s rich enough in unburned...
The throttle controller will basically bypass the computer in the vehicle. It is designed to take the information right from the accelerator position sensor and compile it in a high speed controller circuit that compiles the signal sent from the Accelerator position sensors. With this controller you are able to program it to different options and the throttle...