I am trying to visualize what the air intake system in my car looks like.
It's a turbocharged 2.0L VW engine.
As I understand it, the air intake is on the front right near the radiator and headlight. It feeds the air in through the air filter, then the maf sensor (right side near battery) and then passes the turbo charger (at this point we are on the back left of the engine bay).
This is where I get lost as I have never seen the underside of my car.
I know air travels up the intake boot (in front of the radiator), then past the throttle body, into the intake manifold and into the cylinders via the valves.
What happens between the turbo charger (back left of engine bay) and the intake boot/throttle body (front of radiator)?
Does it go around the underside of the engine from the back to the front side?