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Fuel cooler questions....Tech. notes....

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I discover a fuel cooler which is located right on top of the engine when you open up the engine compartment part# 996 573 069 02. There is four ports, 2 for the R134A refrigerant and 2 for the fuel. Does that mean when the a/c system is not working there is no fuel cooling? I guess so...Strange...

I would like to learn more about the TT and his technology. Is there a possibility to obtain technical notes or even courses. I guess the mechanics at Porsche have a technical training when a new model come out? Just curious....

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From the Porsche 2001 996TT Service Technik Book:

"Fuel Cooler

In order to maintain a low fuel temperature, a fuel cooler which is cooled by the refrigerant of the air conditioning system is fitted in the engine compartment."

That is really all they say

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We are many time left in the dark for many aspect of the cars technologies especially since the computers are part of the pictures...But it is still interesting to learn about it and work on these creations...

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