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Service Training

Self-Study Program 824803

The Volkswagen 2.0 Liter
Chain-Driven TSI Engine

Volkswagen Group of America, Inc.
Volkswagen Academy
Printed in U.S.A.
Printed 5/2008
Course Number 824803
©2008 Volkswagen Group of America, Inc.
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Contents
Introduction ............................................................................... 1 Engine Mechanicals................................................................... 3 Lubrication System ................................................................. 20 Crankcase Ventilation System ................................................ 25 Cooling System ....................................................................... 27 Air Intake System .................................................................... 30 Fuel System.............................................................................. 36 Exhaust System ....................................................................... 43 Engine Management System ................................................. 44 Service ...................................................................................... 48 Knowledge Assessment .......................................................... 51

Note

This Self-Study Program covers information on
the Volkswagen 2.0 Liter Chain-Driven TSI Engine.
This Self-Study Program is not a Repair Manual.
This information will not be updated.

Important!

For testing, adjustment and repair
procedures, always refer to the latest
electronic service information.

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Introduction
Technical Description
Four Cylinder, Four Valve, TSI Turbocharged
Gasoline Engine
Engine Block

Engine Management

– Cast iron crankcase

– MED 17 engine control module
.5

– Balancer shafts in crankcase

– Hot-film air mass flow with integral temperature
sensor

– Forged steel crankshaft
– Sump-mounted oil pump — chain-driven by
crankshaft
– Timing gear chain — front end of engine

– Throttle valve with contactless sensor
– Map-controlled ignition with cylinder-selective,
digital knock control

– Balancer — chain-driven at front end of engine

– Single-spark ignition coils

Cylinder Head

Turbocharging

– 4-valve cylinder head

– Integral exhaust turbocharger

– 1 INA intake camshaft adjuster

– Charge-air cooler

Intake Manifold

– Electrical wastegate valve

– Tumble flap
Fuel Supply
– Demand controlled on low and high-pressure ends
– Multi-port high-pressure injector

– Boost pressure control with overpressure

Exhaust
– Single-chamber exhaust system with closecoupled pre-catalyst Combustion Process
– Fuel straight injection

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