add to favorites contacts sitemap
REPAIR MAINTENANCE OPERATION OF MOTOR VEHICLES
Kia Magentis / Optima (2000 release)

general info. full specifications. diagnostics. hints. tips. tricks
Kia Magentis
Home
 
Kia
Magentis
Engines
Lubrication System
Cooling system
The control and toxicity
Crankcase ventilation (PCV)
Check the crankcase ventilation valve PCV
The system EVAP
Activated charcoal canister
Electromagnetic valve of clearing of the canister with the activated carbon
Cover neck toplivonalivnoy
The exhaust system of cars with catalytic converter
Troubleshooting
The fuel injection system MFI
Fuel system
Ignition system
Coupling
Transmission
Power shafts, axles
Suspension
Steering
Brakes
Body
The air conditioning system
Electrical equipment
Electrical diagrams
 


Hit Counter by Digits


print page printable version

Electromagnetic valve of clearing of the canister with the activated carbon



Fuel vapors accumulate in the canister with the activated carbon. When the engine is cold, or when idling valve is closed and fuel vapors do not fall within the resonant chamber. After warming up the engine electronic control unit opens the valve and the fuel vapor into the engine where there is their combustion.

Check

PERFORMANCE ORDER

Before removing the label the vacuum hoses so that they can be set in place.

1. Disconnect the vacuum hose (black with a red stripe) from the solenoid valve.

2. Disconnect the electrical connector from the valve.
3. Connect the vacuum pump with a pipe, to which was attached a vacuum hose with a red stripe.

4. Create a vacuum and check when fed and off the voltage applied to the solenoid valve. When voltage is applied to the battery should be no vacuum, and at the termination of the supply voltage - the vacuum should be present.

5. Measure the current between the terminals of the solenoid valve cleaning canisters with activated charcoal.

Current at 20 ? C: not more than 0.45 A





« previos page
Activated charcoal canister
next page »
Cover neck toplivonalivnoy

Copyright © 2010 AutoManuals.biz. Trademarks belong to their respective owners. All rights reserved.