Solenoid Valve (Electrovalve)
DS Code: 2006 | Other Codes: 7X0906283
Ways: 3 |
|Volkswagen||CrossFox||1.6 4Cil 8v||Flex||05 >|
|Volkswagen||Gol G5||1.0 4Cil 8v||Flex||08 >|
|Volkswagen||Gol G5||1.6 4Cil 8v||Flex||08 >|
|Volkswagen||Golf||1.6 4Cil 8v||Flex||08 >|
|Volkswagen||Golf||2.0 4Cil 8v||Flex||08 >|
|Volkswagen||Parati G5||1.0 4Cil 8v||Flex||08 >|
|Volkswagen||Parati G5||1.6 4Cil 8v||Flex||08 >|
|Volkswagen||Polo||1.6 4Cil 8v||Flex||03 >|
|Volkswagen||Saveiro G5||1.6 4Cil 8v||Flex||09 >|
|Volkswagen||Saveiro G5||1.8 4Cil 8v||Flex||09 >|
|Volkswagen||Voyage||1.0 4Cil 8v||Flex||08 >|
|Volkswagen||Voyage||1.6 4Cil 8v||Flex||08 >|
Details Solenoid Valve (Electrovalve)
Ethanol-powered or flex-fuel cars have difficulty in starting a cold engine.
In most vehicles, the cold-start system is triggered through a relay when the engine water temperature is below 16 °C.
The problem lies on the fuel, not on the engine.
Ethanol requires high temperatures to change its physical state to gas, unlike gasoline, which evaporates quickly.
That is why a cold-start system is need, which principle is to release gasoline from the cold-start tank to the engine, helping its ignition.
For safety issues, the cold-start system is located in the flame proof wall of the engine bay.