TOKYO – Maruyasu Industries Co. Ltd., a Nagoya-based supplier of engine and fuel delivery components to Toyota Motor Corp., soon will begin shipping fuel coolers to the auto maker for an unspecified 2.5L-3L diesel car to be built in Europe. Under the agreement, Maruyasu will supply 10,000 units per month to Toyota, all adopted for a common-rail diesel produced in Europe. Fuel pressure in diesel engines, like new Jaguar 2L, may necessitate increasing use of fuel coolers. Next ...

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