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In a PFI system why is the fuel pressure increased as the throttle moves from idle to WOT A To provide more fuel flow through the injectors any time they are open under heavy load conditions

In a PFI system, why is the fuel pressure increased as the throttle moves from idle to WOT?

 

A. To provide more fuel flow through the injectors any time they are open under heavy load conditions B. To keep the pressure differential across the injectors constant under all engine operating conditions C. To keep the flow rate through the injectors constant any time they are open

D. Both B and C

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