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Almost all modern vehicles use fuel-injection systems. These systems have nearly replaced the _______ used on cars for years. A. oil pickups B. oil pumps C. piston rings D. carburetors
Almost all modern vehicles use fuel-injection systems. These systems have nearly replaced the Carburetors used on cars for years.
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Almost all modern vehicles use fuel-injection systems. These systems have nearly replaced the Carburetors used on cars for years.
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