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Noise 1
Noise 2
Car-Sound 1
Car-Sound 2
First car-radios
Central Locking 1
Handsfree Entry/Drive
Drawing Assistance
Electr. Window Lifter
Obstruction Sensor
Luggage compart. front

Heating - Air Cond.
Air Conditioning 1
Air Conditioning 2
Air Conditioning 3
Air Conditioning 4
Air Conditioning 5
Air Conditioning 6
Air Conditioning 7
Air Conditioning 8
Air Conditioning 9
Air Conditioning Test
No Do-it-yourself
Expansion valve (AC)
Climatic Wind Tunnel

Auxilliary Heating 1
Auxilliary Heating 2
Auxilliary Heating 3
Auxilliary Heating 4

Digital Technology
Trip Computer 1
Trip Computer 2
Navigation Systems
Data Compression
Electr. Distance Contr.
Parking Brake
Hydr. Power Steering
Electr. Acceler. Pedal

Air Condition 1
Air Condition 2
Air Condition 3
Air Condition 4
Air Condition 5
Air Condition 6

Comfort - Interior 1
Comfort - Interior 2
Comfort - Interior 3
Comfort - Interior 4

Compressor (air conditioning)


The compressor for the air conditioning is driven by a belt-drive via an electrically operated clutch. We're talking about an axial piston compressor. This tries to help the piston pump to a more continuous delivery, whereby the individual pistons, one after the other, reach TDC. The individual control valves and the inlet- or pressure pipe are housed in the cover itself.
In the above illustrated compressor, the drive-belt wheel has an electrically switchable clutch (connection on the right). Here, the delivery rate or the pressure can be adjusted. the drive-belt wheel then drives the swashplate in the center, which is responsible for the stroke movement of the individual pistons during one rotation. 10/09