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Dictionar prescurtari, abrevieri, simboluri !

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Daca va place ideea adaugati si voi denumiri si definitii !

J338 - unitate control clapeta acceleratie sau throttle valve control unit

EPC - Electronic Power Control

J248 - ECU TDI (cel putin 1994 - 1997)

N75 - Valva reglare presiune turbina - TDI

G28 - senzor turatie motor sau engine speed sender

J104 - unitate control ABS

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EGR - valva recirculare a gazelor

N80 - electrovalva comanda EGR

G62 - senzor temp. apa

NLS - senzor ac injectie :D

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TDI = turbocharger direct injection

SDI = Saugdiesel Direct Injection

dci = direct commonrail injection

fsi = fuel stratified injection

la jtd td vine de la turbodiesel, iar j vine cica de la unijet?

gti = Gran Tourismo Injection

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J248 - Diesel direct injection system control unit

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DBW = drive by wire

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G70 - Air mass meter

N80 - Activated charcoal filter system solenoid valve

G66 - Knock sensor II

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ABS - Anti-lock brake system

DC - Distance control

ADC - Automatic distance control

EDC - Electronic diesel control

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ESP - electronic stability program

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DWA - Diebstahlwarnanlage sau alarma

FSI - Fuel Stratified Injection

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MPI = multi-point injection (injectie multi-punct, se foloseste de obicei referitor la motoare pe benzina)

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HTP = High Torque Performance (denumire specifica Skoda aratand capacitatea motorului 1.2 de a furniza cuplu mare la turatie scazuta: 112 Nm/3.000 rpm)

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DSG=Direct Shift GearBox

EBV, ASR, CanBus, EDS, MSR si alti termeni detaliati AICI

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WOT - wide open throttle si inseamna apasarea pana la fund a acceleratiei (daca nu ma insel). Mama, cat m-am chinuit pana am aflat ce inseamna :rolleyes:

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TCS = Traction Control Sistem (sistem electronic de control al tractiunii) ,la masinile SEAT, asemanator cu ASR-ul de la Skoda

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Cand aveti dubii incercati si Acronym Finder

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Salutari!

O intrebare de incepator :) : ce inseamna PD referitor la motoarele TDI?

Multumesc!

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PD - Pumpe Duese (pompa-injector) - sistem specific VAG de injectare a carburantului pe fiecare injector

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Cand aveti dubii incercati si Acronym Finder

foarte misto site-ul ala...de cand cautam ceva sa ma dcumentez in privinta multor abrevieri

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ce inseamna TSI??? ca am uitat si ma enerveaza ca nu stiu.

:( am auzit persoane care credeau ca motoarele TSI merg si cu benzina si cu motorina din cauza reclamei de la tv ;)

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Twincharger Stratified Injection ?

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Tineti'va bine: de unde abrevierea MK pentru denumirea volkswagen'urilor?(MK IK, MK V)?

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Din cate stiu eu e vorba de termenul "Mark" (serie, generatie), respectiv Mark1,2,3...etc

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Eu as zice ca vine de la "make" (ca substantiv) din engleza, care aici ar insemna "marca", la fel ca intelesul lui "mark".

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"Mark can be used to indicate series or model number of a production line. Because a mark is often made to measure height or progress, by metonymy the word mark is used to mean a level of development, and level designations like "Mark I", "Mark II" etc. come to be used as proper names. Examples include the Lincoln Continental Marks Series, various Mark 1 and Mark I computers. Mk. sometimes abbreviates such nominal uses of Mark.

In other words, "Mark" (or Mk.) refers to the development of something, say, a prototype. The first product would be known as Mark 1. Then changes would be made, the second, revised product would be known as Mark 2. If more changes are added, the third product is called Mark 3, and so on, and so forth."

Sursa: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mark_(designation)

Deci, de la "mark" vine. :lol:

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