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Volkswagen Polo Service & Repair Manual: High Pressure Sensor -G65

  Note
For switching pressures, removing and installing switches and switch arrangement and version, see vehicle-specific refrigerant circuit.
Refer to → Rep. Gr.87.
   
This High Pressure Sensor -G65- is installed in place of an A/C Pressure Switch -F129-.
The high-pressure sensor generates a square-wave signal or a data telegram when voltage is applied. This signal changes along with pressure in the system.
The downstream control modules (coolant fan control module, ECM), Front A/C Display Control Head -E87- or Climatronic Control Module -J255-, etc.) use this signal to calculate pressure in the refrigerant circuit and to activate the coolant fans and motor and A/C Clutch -N25- or to change the A/C Compressor Regulator Valve -N280- activation.
 

High Pressure Sensor -G65

A/C Pressure Switch -F129
  Note For switching pressures, removing and installing switches and switch arrangement and version, see vehicle-specific refrigerant circuit. ...

A/C Pressure/Temperature Sensor -G395
  Note For switching pressures, removing and installing switches and switch arrangement and version, see vehicle-specific refrigerant circuit. ...

Other materials:

Contents of the breakdown set
Fig. 171 The breakdown set First read and observe the introductory information and safety warnings The breakdown set is located underneath the floor covering in the luggage compartment. It includes the following components : Valve core extractor Sticker with the maximum permitted s ...

Pressures, Checking
  Note Check cooling performance. The A/C system is functioning correctly when the air flowing from the instrument panel vents has a temperature of 70C or lower. Setting on Climatronic “LO”. ...

Flushing Circuit Block Diagrams
  Note The arrows in the following illustrations show the direction of refrigerant flow while flushing. During flushing, refrigerant flows in the opposite direction than during A/C system operation, therefore the high pressure side of A/C se ...

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