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Removing and installing parts of the ignition system
Removing and installing parts of the ignition system
General notes on the injection system → Chapter
   
1 - Ignition lead
q   4...8 kΩ
q   with shielded plug and spark-plug
q   check continuity
2 - Ignition transformer -N152-
q   with identification for ignition leads: A = cylinder 1 B = cylinder 2 C = cylinder 3 D = cylinder 4
3 - 10 Nm
4 - Connector
q   4-pin
5 - Knock sensor 1 -G61-*
q   contacts gold-plated
q   over the engine mount
6 - Triple-pin plug and socket connector
q   for knock sensor 1 -G61-
q   contacts gold-plated
q   green
q   do not interchange
7 - Knock sensor 2 -G66-*
q   contacts gold-plated
q   next the ignition transformer
8 - Triple-pin plug and socket connector
q   for knock sensor 2 -G66-
q   contacts gold-plated
q   Brown
q   do not interchange
9 - 20 Nm
q   The tightening torque influences the knock sensor function
10 - Spark-plug, 25 Nm
q   for removing and installing, unplug connector of outer injectors
q   removing and installing with -3122 B-
q   Type and electrode spacing → Superb
11 - Connector
q   contacts gold-plated
q   3-pin
12 - 10 Nm
13 - 100 Nm
14 - Camshaft sprocket
q   with orifice plate for Hall sender
q   removing and installing → Chapter
15 - Hall sender - G40-*
16 - Bracket
q   for hall sender

   

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