Throttle Body Injectors
The throttle is a part of the fuel injection system in a car. It is used to regulate the air intake into the injection system. It is also affected by the accelerator pedal in the cabin of the car. When it is open the combustion of the engine goes more quickly. When it is closed, the combustion slows down. It responds to the demand put upon the engine by the driver and the terrain it is driving over. The throttle body is the housing for the throttle and the injection system. The injectors allow fuel into the combustion chamber. The combination of the right amount of air and fuel with a spark is what makes the pistons go and the engine function. On down the line, the wheels begin to move and the system completes the cycle. The throttle body injectors are necessary to the success of that system.