We remove the receiver to replace gaskets, as well as when dismantling engine components, in which it is necessary to dismantle the receiver
Removing the receiver for 1.6 l and 2.0 l engines is practically the same.
Preparing the car for work. Disconnect the negative battery terminal.
Disconnect the wiring harness pads from the intake air temperature sensor and the absolute air pressure sensor (described in the article - Removing the ECU and ECU sensors of a Renault Duster car)
Disconnect the wiring harness pads from the ignition coils (article - Replacing Renault Duster coils and spark plugs)
Remove the ignition coil harnesses from the holders on the receiver
Disconnect the tip of the tube of the vacuum brake booster from the fitting of the receiver
Remove the throttle body
We unscrew the five bolts of the front fastening of the receiver to the inlet pipeline
Unscrew the bolt of the right rear mounting of the receiver
Unscrew the bolt of the left rear mounting of the receiver
Special receiver mounting bolts
Remove the receiver assembly with temperature and absolute air pressure sensors.
If necessary, dismantle the sensors.
After dismantling the receiver, you can remove the air filter housing from the engine compartment.
It is advisable to replace rubber seals.
To replace the gasket in connection with the oil separator cover, remove it from the groove of the receiver
We also remove the gaskets from the grooves of the flange in connection with the inlet pipeline
Install all parts in reverse order
Fixing the receiver mounting bolts.
We tighten the bolts in the following order: first, five front mounting bolts evenly from the center to the edges and then two rear mounting bolts with a torque of 25 Nm.