Range Rover Evoque: Fuel Tank and Lines - Component Location

Component Location

COMPONENT LOCATION - ROW

Range Rover Evoque. Fuel Tank and Lines - GTDi 2.0L Petrol

  1. Connection to purge valve
  2. Fuel Low Pressure (LP) sensor
  3. Fuel fired booster heater - fuel supply pipe connection (if fitted)
  4. LP fuel supply pipe
  5. Fuel fired booster heater - fuel supply pipe (if fitted)
  6. Fuel pump delivery module
  7. Fuel tank breather pipe
  8. Fuel filler cap
  9. Fuel tank filler pipe
  10. Fuel tank inlet hose and check valve
  11. Fuel tank
  12. Charcoal canister (reference only)
  13. Fuel Pump Driver Module (FPDM)
  14. Fuel tank vent breather pipe to charcoal canister
  15. Fuel vapor pipe from charcoal canister to purge valve
  16. Fuel vapor pipe to purge valve
  17. LP fuel supply connection to High Pressure (HP) pump

COMPONENT LOCATION - NAS

Range Rover Evoque. Fuel Tank and Lines - GTDi 2.0L Petrol

  1. Connection to purge valve
  2. Fuel Low Pressure (LP) sensor
  3. LP fuel supply pipe
  4. Fuel pump delivery module
  5. Fuel tank breather pipe
  6. Fuel filler cap
  7. Fuel tank filler pipe
  8. Fuel tank inlet hose and check valve
  9. Fuel tank
  10. DMTL pump
  11. Charcoal canister (reference only)
  12. Fuel Pump Driver Module (FPDM)
  13. Fuel tank vent breather pipe to charcoal canister
  14. Fuel vapor pipe from charcoal canister to purge valve
  15. Fuel vapor pipe to purge valve
  16. LP fuel supply connection to High Pressure (HP) pump

Overview

OVERVIEW

The fuel system is divided into 2 sub systems:

The low pressure system features the following components:

The low pressure system pressure is 4.5 bar (65.3 lbf/in

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