The engine management system works together with various sensors.
With these sensors she can determine how much fuel the engine needs. And at what time it must be ignited to achieve optimum combustion. In addition, the system can also perform other functions based on measured values. Such as switching on and off the radiator fan, controlling the turbo pressure, controlling a tachometer or shift-light and much more.
The basic set of sensors consists of:
- Crankshaft sensor with trigger wheel
- MAP sensor
- Throttle position sensor (TPS sensor)
- Coolant temperature sensor
- Air temperature sensor
- Lambda sensor (broadband)
The following sensors can be connected optionally:
- Baro correction sensor
- MAF sensor
- Camshaft sensor
- Knock sensor
- EGT sensor
- Flex fuel sensor