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1. Non-return valve, crankcase ventilation
2. Filter element
3. Mass air flow sensor (205)
4. Turbo
5. Charge air cooler
6. Wastegate
7. Wastegate valve (605)
8. Throttle body actuator (604)
9. Intake air temperature sensor (407)
10. Manifold absolute pressure sensor (431)
11. Engine
12. Crankcase ventilation, oil trap
13. Non-return valves
14. EVAP canister purge valve (321)
15. EVAP emission canister
16. Wastegate valve
17. Charge air regulator
18. Solenoid valve, charge air (179a)
19. Oxygen sensors (592, 593)
20. Catalytic converter
21. Exhaust temperature sensor (602)
22. Front silencer
23. Rear silencer
24. Vacuum pump
25. Brake servo
26. Rear valve
27. Fuel pressure regulator
28. Pressure sensor, atmospheric pressure (539)
 

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Wait a minute, unless i'm reading this diagram wrong I believe the Mainifold absolute pressure sensor is on the incorrect side, it should be on the opposite side of the throttle body actuator. :roll:
 

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sjhudon said:
Wait a minute, unless i'm reading this diagram wrong I believe the Mainifold absolute pressure sensor is on the incorrect side, it should be on the opposite side of the throttle body actuator. :roll:
To me it looks like it's on the correct side, on the manifold side of the TB.. :?:
 

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I was only kidding I went blind looking at that diagram... I probably wouldn't know the difference between a crackcase ventilation, oil trap and a evap canister purge valve! :p
 

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I was only kidding I went blind looking at that diagram... I probably wouldn't know the difference between a crackcase ventilation, oil trap and a evap canister purge valve! :p
.. so long as you can tell the harmonic defunculator from the piston return springs and muffler bearings, you're doin' alright.
 

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mbodo said:
sjhudon said:
I was only kidding I went blind looking at that diagram... I probably wouldn't know the difference between a crackcase ventilation, oil trap and a evap canister purge valve! :p
.. so long as you can tell the harmonic defunculator from the piston return springs and muffler bearings, you're doin' alright.
Please I learned about that back when the exhaust temperature sensor was nothing more than a thermometer on a stick. :D
 

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Jumpin' Jiggawatts! Where's the flux capacitor? :wink:
 

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I can see that there are too many sensors all over the place.....
Is there any way for the driver to see some of this information?For example,to see the fumes temperature....
I know that in some other cars,the driver can put some codes and see a lot of info...is this possible to our 9-3?
 
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