Walbro Corp. has developed what it is calling the first electronically managed fuel storage and delivery system. The company first unveiled its 2000x Smart Tank at the Society of Automotive Engineers International Congress and Exposition in Detroit early last month. The heart of the system lies in an in-tank chip that monitors and actively manages the vehicle's fuel use. It optimizes the purging of fuel vapors and provides additional fuel pressure when required. The in-tank computer ...
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