In this article, Chica Mecánica shows us where the Chery Orinoco or A3 sensors are.
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Hello that, in this opportunity I write as a photo gallery where the sensors of the engine for the Chery Orinoco or A3 are located.
Refresher temperature sensor or ECT
It is located near the coil, it is necessary to separate the spark plug wires a bit to remove the connector.
Air flow and temperature sensor or MAF and IAT
In the Chery Orinoco both are united in a single sensor. They are right after the engine air filter outlet. It is important to add that the IAT in the Orinoco 1.6L (TAXI) is integrated to the MAP sensor since it does not bring the MAF sensor.
Brake League Level Sensor
This sensor is located in the cap of the brake league reservoir, it indicates when the league level reaches a minimum by lighting a light on the board.
Engine coolant level
This sensor is inside the engine coolant reservoir. When water is missing, the engine temperature light turns on steadily.
Camshaft position sensor or CMP
This sensor is located in the valve cover, just at the height of the spark plug nro. 4 of the engine. It measures the position of the camshaft to synchronize the fuel injection of the engine.
Crankshaft position sensor or CKP.
This sensor measures the position of the crankshaft in order to overtake or retract the spark and synchronize the gasoline injection to the engine.
Throttle position sensor or TPS
This sensor is connected to the electric actuator of the butterfly. The damaged sensor can turn on the EPC light on the instrument panel.
Oil pressure sensor
It is a pressure switch that is activated when there is oil pressure in the motor. It is located just below the intake manifold. It is the responsibility to turn on the oil pressure light on the instrument panel.
These sensors are located on the side of the exhaust manifold, before the catalytic converter and just after. They tell the computer if the air / gas mixture is correct.
Suiche of retro.
It is located in the gearbox on the side that faces the front. It is responsible for turning on the back lights and retro sensors.
Well it's all for the moment, I hope you like it.
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