How to determine if an oil and gas separator on a car has failed?

A failed oil and gas separator on a car can lead to the symptoms of engine jitter after cold start, oil combustion, too high concentration of air-fuel mixture, and visual alarm generated by engine fault light. Overhaul is recommended in order to avoid any thread to driving safety.

The oil/gas separator is a key part in an electric submersible pump system. It serves as the entrance of oil and gas into the multi-stage centrifugal pump, and separates out free gas from well liquid before the gas/oil mixture enters the pump, thus reducing the impact of gas on performance of the electric submersible pump system, preventing cavitation and airlock in the centrifugal pump, and allowing the multi-stage centrifugal pump to work normally. Although the temporary impact of a failed oil may be small, it should be replaced anyway.

How to determine if an oil and gas separator on a car has failed?
How to determine if an oil and gas separator on a car has failed?

Name: oil and gas separator/STO

Ref No. : 04E103464M

Product system: engine

Brand: vika

Applicable models:

Skoda: CIT12-20/FAB15-/OCT13-17/RAP13-/SCKA19-/YET14-18

VW: CA16-/GOLF13-/IMOT10-/JE15-18/PO15-/UP12-

Audi: IB16-17/LE13-/MI12-19/TO13-19

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