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Fuel Distributor Information

Itís no secret that an internal combustion engine runs on fuel. No engine can power itself out of thin air: the engine we have in our cars today generally run on gasoline which, when in the presence of a spark and some oxygen, explodes in a series of small combustions that thereby produce the energy necessary to fuel the car. One of the most important systems of a vehicle, then, is the one that is responsible for delivering fuel to the engine itself. In older cars, fuel distribution was handled by a carburetor. Today, however, most vehicles use a fuel injection system that is responsible for mixing fuel with air in the proper amounts. Your fuel distributor plays a key part in this process, making sure that the right amount of fuel gets to the right place at the right time. Another major component of the system is the fuel pump, which provides the pressure and power needed to actually move the fuel from one place to another. When it comes to finding the parts you need to keep your fuel injection and delivery system in top shape, the selection and prices at canít be beat.

Fuel Distributor

As you turn the key or press the start button in your vehicle, you likely give little thought to how exactly your car begins to wake in response. However, there is a complex engine system, which ensures that your car starts on cue and continues to run. Fuel distributors are the piece that allows your ignition to communicate with the engine and give your vehicle the jolt it needs to start. Making sure that the part is in continuous working order is an essential component in ensuring your car is functioning. offers a variety of fuel distributor replacements to help you make sure that your system is in tip-top condition. Offering products from Bosch, AC Delco, Genuine, OEQ and more, we have product that you need, and with a 30-day easy return policy, you can find the optimal fit for your vehicle at the price you want.

What Is a Fuel Distributor?

Fuel distributors are comprised of a rotating arm, which has been placed inside a cap. In most overhead cam engines, the distributor shaft is attached directly to the camshaft. However, in most overhead valve engines, the shaft is attached to gear on the camshaft, which drives the system. The system moves current from the ignition coil to the spark plugs at the appropriate times and in the correct firing order.

How Much Is a New Fuel Distributor?

At, we have distributors at prices around $30 to $1,300. The wide range of prices results from the extent of repair and replacement. There are also a number of additional factors that contribute to the cost of the part including:

  • Vehicle make and model
  • Year of manufacturing
  • Brand Selected
  • Type of engine system

Depending on the extent of damage and the necessity of additional parts, the cost of the repair will vary. Completing some research on your vehicle’s requirements and the selection of available parts can help you find a part that fits your needs.

What Are the Signs of a Failing Fuel Distributor?

Your fuel distributor is an essential component in ensuring that your engine and car are running effectively, and it is a major factor in protecting your engine from other associated materials, ensuring that your vehicle runs efficiently for a long time. However, a damaged fuel distributor system can greatly impact the functioning of your car. There are a few signs, which can indicate that your distributor has gone bad and may need to be replaced.

  1. Misfires: Engine misfires can be a sign for other issues, but checking the distributor is a good idea.
  2. Car Not Starting: the distributor is essential to starting the ignition. Therefore a car that won’t start is a big sign that something is wrong.
  3. Check Engine Light: This is a common reason for the check engine light’s illumination. Certainly if the light comes on check the distributor as soon as possible.
  4. Excessive or Strange Noises: Odd noises coming from the engine can be an indicator that the distributor is starting to fail. Checking it right away can prevent bigger issues later.

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Reviewer: Quality fuel distributor

The item is high quality, very well packed and fast shipping.

1997 BMW Z3 Fuel Distributor

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Reviewer: David / the Bosch connection.

The Bosch fuel distributor that I was sent, worked perfectly and my 91 Mercedes runs like a n new car.

1991 Mercedes 300SL Fuel Distributor

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Reviewer: Tom Womack/ Fuel Distributor

The purchase of my fuel distributor for a Mercedes Benz was very easy and trouble free. Part came delivered on time and was packaged very well and in good shape.

1991 Mercedes 300SL Fuel Distributor

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Reviewer: Very satisfied

I bought the fuel distributor for 1982 vw jetta and other than not coming with four small fuel filters in the injection ports (which are really not needed anyway) the item came as described. Got 75psi system pressure and control pressure was good as well (indicating that pressure reg. piston was moving far back to open the control pressure valve). All injectors balanced perfectly. No leaks anywhere. The fuel pressure regulator piston looks like new. Also came with all the crush washers necessary for installation. This is a bolt in place part and off you go.

P.S. make sure you don't have the banjo bolt with one way check valve bolted to the fuel distributor as it won't allow hardly any fuel into it. That will result in insufficient system pressure. That bolt goes to the fuel outlet of the fuel filter. Someone switched those two bolts on my jetta where I wasted three months trying to diagnose the problem. That's the reason I got this fuel distributor but I'm glad I got it anyways.

1982 Volkswagen Jetta Fuel Distributor

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Reviewer: Swift

Shipping was swift and prompt. Part is exactly as advertised. Thanks!

1999 BMW 318ti Fuel Distributor