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Join Date: Feb 2008
Location: Novi Sad
Text for first picture:
The oil vapour emissions are controlled by the pipe (4) which collects the vapours released from the crankcase and the rocker cover (1) which causes their partial condensation.
The uncondensed vapours are sent, through a pipe (5), to the turbocharger air inlet hose (3).
1 - Rocker cover
2 - Turbocharger
3 - Corrugated hose
4 - Oil vapour recovery pipe
5 - Oil vapour recirculation pipe
Text for second picture:
A regulating valve on the rocker cover, consisting of a spring (1) and diaphragm (2), prevents faulty intake phenomena.
When the vacuum values present under the rocker cover exceed a specified limit, the diaphragm moves downwards and blocks the pipe coming from the crankcase.
Do you have any idea about cleaning of regulating valve from second picture?
Last edited by dusanGT; 25-08-10 at 06:41.