Audi 100

1982-1990 of release

Repair and operation of the car




Audi 100
+ 1.1. Governing bodies and devices
+ 2. Technical characteristics
+ 3. Engines
+ 4. Cooling system
- 5. Exhaust system
   5.1. Removal and installation of system of release
   5.2. Replacement lambda probe
+ 6. Power supply system
+ 7. Transmission
+ 8. Running gear
+ 9. Steering
+ 10. Brake system
+ 11. Body
+ 12. Electric equipment


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5. Exhaust system

GENERAL INFORMATION

System of production of the fulfilled gases

1 – ring;
2 – buffer;
3 – main muffler;
4 – muffler suspension bracket ring;
5 – sealing ring;
6 – bracket;
7 – additional muffler of the second step;
8 – collar;
9 – pipe;
10 – additional muffler of the first step;
11 – a reception pipe of the muffler on the car with automatic transmission;
12 – a reception pipe of the muffler on the car with mechanical transmission;
13 – laying of a reception pipe;
14 – laying of a final collector;
15 – final collector of the four-cylinder engine;
16 – guard of an intake of warm air of the four-cylinder engine;
17 – final collector of the five-cylinder engine;
18 – lambda probe;
19 – guard of an intake of warm air of the five-cylinder engine;
20 – catalytic converter of the fulfilled gases;
21 – laying;
22 – additional pipe

The system of release consists of a reception pipe (11) or (12), the muffler, additional mufflers of the first and second step and the main muffler (at the four-cylinder engine instead of the muffler (10) the pipe (9) is established). The reception pipe of the muffler joins a final collector or the engine, on engines with a turbo-supercharging the reception pipe of the muffler is attached to a turbocompressor.

On the cars equipped with catalytic converter of the fulfilled gases, converter (20) is established instead of the muffler of the first step (10). A lambda probe for adjustment of optimum composition of the fulfilled gases it is established in forward part of a final collector. All knots of system of release are connected among themselves by collars or bolts. Mufflers are suspended on rubber rings (1) and (4).