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FUEL EVAPORATION CONTROL ANO VAPOR RECOVERY CIRCUIT
When engine operates in non turbocharged range, the fuel evaporation control circuit adopted on the turbo version is similar to that used on the aspirated version with pneumatic cut-off valve (4) regulated by pressure inside the intake duct.
During turbocharged operation, system operation is ensured by the presence of a second cut-off valve (SIEMENS) (1). This valve is also controlled by the pressure inside the engine supply duct, however it only opens when the duct pressure exceeds atmospheric pressure (turbocharging).
During turbocharging, the system operates as follows:
fuel vapor cut-off valve (4) is closed by turbocharging pressure in duct upstream of throttle valve;
at the same time, the SIEMENS valve (1). opened as a result of pressure in supply duct, brings the active carbon trap filter (3). via a 3-way connection (6), into communication with compressor inlet (2)
which sucks in the fuel vapor.
The circuit is also fined with a vapor/liquid separator that allows some of the fuel vapors to condense
and flow back to the tank 1n a liquid state.
REMOVING-REFITTING POWER UNIT
1. Drain the air conditioning system by connecting the red hose, of the special equipment, to the needle valve (1) and the blue hose to the needle valve (2); then proceed as described in Section 50 of this manual.
Before carrying out any operation that could cause the emergence of the R134 A coolant, drain the air conditioning system. Wear protective gloves and goggles while draining the system, in order to protect against harmful contact of splashes of R 134A. To facilitate the emptying of the coolant from the air conditioning system, the system should be operated with the engine running for about 10-15 minutes.
Place the car on ramps, disconnect the battery's negative pole, remove the front wheels, then proceed as described below:
2. Disconnect the air inlet duct, complete with resonator, by undoing the bolts shown in the figure which attach it to its mounting brackets.
3. Remove the cover on the i.e. cable/front cable connections from the engine compartment.
4. Lift the protective cover from the positive pole, then disconnect the cable; undo the nut securing the battery to the cage and take the battery out of the engine compartment.