Audi 80/Avant (B4)
- The description
Dynamics of movement at a dry road covering
Instructions on operation for all-wheel drive cars
Blocking of differential of the back bridge
The workplace organisation
The oil expense
Correct choice of engine oil
Replacement of engine oil and the oil filter
Check of level of a working liquid of the amplifier of a wheel
Check of level of oil of a mechanical transmission
Check of level of oil in a drive of the back bridge
The control of level ATF in an automatic transmission
Check of level of oil in the main transfer of an automatic transmission
Greasing тросовых drives, hinges and locks
System of release of the fulfilled gases
Fuel tank and the fuel pump
The air filter and intake channels
Transmission and transmission
Suspension bracket and steering
Antiblocking system of brakes
Wheels and tyres
Devices and auxiliary devices
Heating and ventilation
Search of malfunctions
Проститутки Красное село Проститутки Анталия
On an illustration the distributive Torsen-differential in a cut is presented.
If will establish authorship of any firm in a question on introduction of a full drive for serial cars in a decent society it, undoubtedly, will give Audi.
The off-road car VW Iltis, developed by request of the Bundeswehr firm Audi for Volkswagen, most likely, has served as a germinal cage for idea quattro (a full drive). The legend says:
Concepts of a full drive
Connected full drive
Until recently the concept of "the all-wheel drive car was almost inseparably linked with concept of "the off-road car. The concept of a full drive of the last was simple enough: to a standard drive (the engine ahead, the drive back) has been simply attached one more drive, namely to the forward bridge one more transmission through a distributing box and additional propeller conducted a shaft.
Constant full drive
So, if the idea has come to a head to create the constant full drive constantly operating on all four wheels it is necessary to create the device preventing проскальзывание of wheels. This problem is solved by so-called interaxal differential.
In the winter, for example, happens so: the wheel standing on ice is turned, and the opposite wheel on a rough covering does not transfer any force and consequently costs. Clearly one: the similar differential is not necessary for a role interaxal because it is necessary to achieve opposite effect. Force should be transferred there where wheels can move the car. Namely there, where the road covering possesses good coupling. And as the driver never it foreknows, distribution should occur automatically.