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Odd gadget under the car
#1
While I was fiddling around jacking up the car today, I noticed this strange gadget, mounted to the underside of the floor pan, under the drivers seat.

Looks a bit like cooker grill, with two pipes leading into it, quite fragile looking, considering where it's located.

Any ideas what it might be ? Something to do with FAP system, or something to do with aircon?

I should have taken a photo while I was down there.
Richard

Silver 1.6 HDi XTR
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#2
photo please, cant see one in mine???? is your xtr,
Pete
2010 artic silver VTR with EXTRAS.......Confusedunny:
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#3
Sounds like you are more interesting than you ever thought *S*
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#4
Ok, here's an interesting photo :wave:

[Image: WTF.jpg]

Seems a bit daft, they've gone to all that trouble bolting a ruddy great sump guard under the XTR, then they stick this fragile looking thing down there.
Richard

Silver 1.6 HDi XTR
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#5
I'd assumed it was the condensor/radiator for the air con. I'd agree, it does look a bit fragile and exposed.

Can't be to do with the FAP system because ours is a 90hp and they don't have the FAP. Or they didn't when we got ours.
The Bus: 2009 MkIII VTR HDi 90, 7 Seater
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#6
(15-09-2011, 09:10 AM)Guanajuato Wrote:  I'd assumed it was the condensor/radiator for the air con.

Yes, I was coming to that conclusion. I've not noticed this before on my previous Citroens with air con, although this is the area that used to drop condensate onto the floor, under my Picasso. Always assumed a drain pipe emerged there, thought condenser lived in engine bay.
Richard

Silver 1.6 HDi XTR
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#7
Are you sure it is not a fuel cooling plate ??? got one on mine 2.0HDI multi non-aircon
Berlingo Multispace 2.0HDI '54 reg Mediterranean Blue
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#8
it is a heater for de iceing the roads to save on road salt as uk got no money.

but i think it heats the fuel to stop waxing
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#9
It is a fuel cooling plate for the retun diesel , as this i hot do to the high pressure from the comonrail , it is essential on engines with pump Injector but now there is more and more comonrail engines that are fitted with the fuel cooling plate .
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