Self Study Program 73 – LPG system in Skoda vehicles
Self Study Program 73 – LPG system in Skoda vehicles PDF. For the ﬁrst time in the history of the Skoda vehicles, the customer is offered a liqueﬁed petroleum gas powered vehicle directly from the factory. Liqueﬁed petroleum gas is also known as liquid gas or LPG (Liqueﬁed Petroleum Gas).
LPG has already been used for decades and is currently the world’s most widely used alternative fuel. It is a clean-burning fuel, therefore making it one of the most modern energy carriers. In many big cities more and more vehicles run on LPG, which is largely due to the rising popularity of this fuel.
LPG consists of a mixture of propane, butane and additives. Compared to other fuels, the use of LPG results in signiﬁcantly lower exhaust emissions. Overall, the emissions produced by liqueﬁed LPG vehicles are among the lowest emissions achieved at present by internal combustion engines. The LPG fuel is virtually sulphur-free and the combustion takes place with almost no soot emissions. Pollutants such as carbon monoxide (CO), hydrocarbon (HC), nitrogen oxides (NOx) and other exhaust gas components, which pose adverse health and environmental risks, are signiﬁcantly reduced.
- Brief presentation of the LPG system
- System components
- System overview
- Safety concept
- Engine management
- Wiring diagram
You will ﬁnd the instructions for the installation, removal, repair, diagnosis and detailed user information in the repair manual, the diagnosis unit VAS 505x and in the onboard literature.
The time for going to press was on the 07/2009.
This brochure is not subject to update.