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Sea Water Pump 21214599 21212798 for Volvo Penta
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Air suspensions are used to improve driving comfort. The system is adjusted mainly at standstill, thus compensating for the height changes generated by the vehicle load on the net. Under inertia, the system is unable to react to the driving dynamics of the net over curvier sections of road, for example, with a thousand disturbance parameters. Dynamic adjustment during driving is only used to compensate for height changes due to fuel tank volume reduction and temperature changes in the air-elastic damping struts. The central control unit used to regulate the air suspension is the vertical dynamic management platform (VDP). The VDP control unit takes the current vehicle height from four vehicle height sensors. During the adjustment process, the VDP controls the corresponding solenoid valves of the solenoid body. The adjustment is performed according to the storage volume of the two accumulators at standstill and at low vehicle speeds (0-20km/h). For regulation during driving (above 20km/h), the required compressed air is not supplied by the accumulators but generated by the compressor and delivered directly to the corresponding air spring damping struts. In exceptional cases, the compressor is also switched on at standstill. When the volume of the air spring damping struts increases, the body is raised. Four vehicle height sensors recognize that the specified height has been reached and terminate the control of the corresponding solenoid valve. In order to avoid frequent adjustments, this is handled by a three-point adjustment device. Here the rear axle is adjusted separately by two vehicle height sensors. At the front axle, the corresponding vehicle height is adjusted according to an average value.
Quick identification methods and tips The damper is mounted on the front and rear suspensions, and the control unit and accumulator are mounted in the back-up.
Common faults and solutions The common fault of air suspension is air leakage, and the phenomenon of air suspension collapse.