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
- 6. Power supply system
   - 6.1. Power supply system of carburetor engines
      6.1.1. Replacement of the filtering element of the air filter
      6.1.2. Removal and installation of the air filter
      6.1.3. Check of a temperature regulator
      6.1.4. Valve check of a temperature regulator
      6.1.5. Removal and installation of the fuel pump
      6.1.6. Check of pressure of forcing of the fuel pump
      6.1.7. Removal and installation of a cable of the drive of an accelerator
      6.1.8. Adjustment of a cable of the drive of an accelerator
      6.1.9. Replacement of the fuel level sensor
      6.1.10. Removal and installation of a fuel tank
      6.1.11. Replacement of the filter of thin purification of fuel
      6.1.12. Removal and installation of the carburetor
      + 6.1.13. Dismantling and assembly of the carburetor
      + 6.1.14. Adjustments of the Pierburg 1B3 carburetor
      + 6.1.15. Adjustments of the Pierburg 2E2 carburetor
      + 6.1.16. Adjustments of the Keihin carburetor
   + 6.2. A power supply system of engines with fuel injection
   + 6.3. Power supply system of the diesel engine
+ 7. Transmission
+ 8. Running gear
+ 9. Steering
+ 10. Brake system
+ 11. Body
+ 12. Electric equipment










6.1.3. Check of a temperature regulator

GENERAL INFORMATION

Depending on the ambient temperature or depression the temperature regulator operates a stream of the warm or cold air given to the carburetor. Damage of a temperature regulator will lead to interruptions at increase in frequency of rotation of a cranked shaft of not heated-up engine, to increase of fuel consumption and frosting of an inlet pipe of the engine. Check a temperature regulator on the cold engine. The gate (see rice. The air filter) has to turn freely, without jammings.

PERFORMANCE ORDER
1. To weaken a collar and to remove a hose from a temperature regulator branch pipe. To check position of the gate. The opening of supply of warm air has to be blocked.
2. To remove the filter from the carburetor (see subsection 6.1.2).
3. To connect a hose to the carburetor, having put on it a branch pipe instead of a hose.
4. To start the engine and to allow it to work idling. The gate has to turn and open access to warm air.
5. To disconnect a hose from the carburetor. The gate has to turn and block access to warm air. If it does not occur, to replace a temperature regulator.