A device installed in the fuel line that prevents impurities in the fuel from reaching and possibly clogging the carburetor.
Filtering or screening device for cleaning the engine fuel.
A device located in the fuel line to remove impurities from the fuel before it enters the carburetor or injector system.
A component of the fuel system containing a porous paper element used to prevent any impurities from entering the engine through the fuel system. It usually takes the form of a canister-like housing, mounted in-line with the fuel hose, located anywhere on a car between the fuel tank and engine.
A small device that usually sits along the gas line that removes impurities from the fuel before it gets to the fuel injection system or carburetor.
The fuel filter is part of the fuel line. It is a clear piece of plastic, which contains a filtering material. The purpose is of course to prevent any impurities to enter the carburetor.
Before reaching the engine, the fuel has to be filtered through up to 4 or 5 filters to eliminate any impurity, for a better combustion and higher engine performance.
A device that filters impurities from the fuel before it reaches the carburetor. Usually located near the carburetor in the fuel line coming from the fuel pump or inside the carburetor or fuel pump itself.
Found in most internal combustion engines, a fuel filter is a filter in the fuel line that screens out dirt and rust particles from the fuel.