Hyundai Elantra

since 2000-2004 of release

Repair and car operation



Elantr's Hyundai
+ Petrol engines 1,6, 1,8 and 2,0 of l
+ Diesel engine of 2,0 l
+ greasing System
+ cooling System
- Fuel system
   + Fuel system of petrol engines
   - Fuel system of diesel engines
      Specifications
      General information about system of injection of "Common Rail"
      Characteristics of system of injection
      Control injection of fuel
      Main injection of fuel
      Additional injection of fuel
      Reduction of toxicity of the fulfilled gases
      Fuel system Common Rail
      EDC control system
      ECU
      Management of the maximum quantity of air arriving in the engine
      The active shock-absorber reducing fluctuations of frequency of rotation of a cranked shaft of the engine
      Engine switching off
      Glow plugs
      Removal and nozzle installation
      Installation of the fuel pump of a high pressure
      Measuring instrument of a consumption of air (Air flow sensor – AFS)
      The sensor of temperature of cooling liquid (ECT)
      Sensor of provision of a camshaft (CMP)
      Sensor of an angle of rotation of a cranked shaft
      Nozzles
      The sensor of pressure of fuel in the accumulator of a high pressure (RPS)
      Sensor of temperature of fuel (FTS)
      Valve of adjustment of pressure
      Search and elimination of malfunctions
+ Monitoring systems and decrease in toxicity of the fulfilled gases
+ ignition System
+ System of preliminary heating of the diesel engine
+ Coupling
+ Mechanical transmission
+ Automatic transmission
+ Power shafts, forward and back axes
+ Suspension bracket
+ Steering
+ Brake system
+ Body
+ air Central air
+ Electric equipment
Electric circuits




Management of the maximum quantity of air arriving in the engine

There are many following reasons on which a large amount of fuel should not be injected into cylinders of the engine (or the maximum physically possible quantity):

– excessive allocation of harmful substances with the fulfilled gases;
– excessive allocation of soot;
– a mechanical overload as a result of an excessive torque or limiting frequency of rotation of a cranked shaft;
– a thermal overload as a result of an overheat of cooling liquid, engine oil or a turbokompressor.

The maximum quantity of air arriving in the engine is formed of a large number of entrance variables, such as mass of arriving air, frequency of rotation of a cranked shaft of the engine and temperature of cooling liquid.