Self Study Program 450 – The Touareg Hybrid
Self Study Program 450 – The Touareg Hybrid PDF. For the first time at Volkswagen, an electric hybrid drive, i.e. a combination of a combustion engine and an electric motor, will be available for use in of production in the Touareg 2011.
The Touareg Hybrid is a conventional vehicle concept which has been “hybridised”. The hybrid system can be classified as existing, tried-and-tested technology. During vehicle development, focus was placed on employee safety when handling the high-voltage systems.
Numerous shut-off functions and back-up facilities in the hybrid system prevent undesired dangers for workshop employees.
The combination of new high-voltage components and tried-and-tested technology from Volkswagen means that the Touareg Hybrid is leading the way into an increasingly electrified future.
Please note that work which is carried out in the vicinity of, or on, the high-voltage components in the hybrid vehicle must only be undertaken by qualified and therefore authorised Volkswagen high-voltage technicians.
Improper handling of the high-voltage systems may lead to life-threatening situations due to an electric shock.
- Basics of hybrid technology
- What does hybrid technology mean?
- The arguments in favour of hybrid technology
- The hybrid concept from Volkswagen
- Mechanical design
- Overview of the drive train
- Electrical components
- The electric motor/generator
- The power and control electronics for electric drive
- The high-voltage battery
- The high-voltage lines
- The safety concept
- The electric motor sensor system
- The electrical components in the hybrid technology
- System management
- Data bus communication
- System layout
- The innovative thermal management system
- The displays and controls for driving in hybrid modev
- The high-voltage functional diagram
- Special notes
- Special tools
- Test yourself
The self-study programme portrays the design and function of new
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For current testing, adjustment and repair instructions, refer to the relevant service literature.