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VW MKIV-A4 TDIs (VE and PD) This is a general discussion about A4/MkIV Jetta (99.5-~2005), Golf(99.5-2006), and New Beetle(98-2006). Both VE and PD engines are covered here.

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Old February 25th, 2018, 14:41   #46
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I need to save this thread forever. Thanks for the helpful info
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Old January 16th, 2019, 03:22   #47
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Is the injector lash, on 2.0 16v also 180? BMN (aka BKD).
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Old July 25th, 2019, 05:56   #48
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Is the injector lash, on 2.0 16v also 180? BMN (aka BKD).
Yes it is, 180.
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Old July 25th, 2019, 06:03   #49
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Hi,

my BKD engine had cold start problem. All 4 injectors were not seating correctly. The problem was successfully fixed. Car starts fine in the mornings, but now I've got low rev.
torque problems. Is it injector adjustment problem or what?

Injection qty at idle is 5,8mg/str, Torsion 0.0. Cyl. deviations are slightly above/below 0.0.
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Old November 10th, 2019, 13:58   #50
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It is very confusing. I had my injectors reconditioned and cleaned by a bosch authorised garage and they told me to lash the injectors I must turn back 270degrees. Here they say 180 degrees. Did they say 270 because they spray heavier atomised diesel? I times the injectors at 180 degrees and result is no power until 2800revs and lots of vibration until the engine boosts. Dmf is new and all vacuum pipes are new. Turbo is perfect also. I guess it is all about the injector/Rocker arm clearance. 180, 225 or 270 degrees?? I have a 2.0ltr tdi 16v BKD 2006 model. Any help would be appreciated. Tyanu888@hotmail.com
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Hi there. I am working as a mechanic in a indy shop, an to help a friend I changed the camshaft on his 2005 1,9 tdi AVF B3 Passat. This is a 130 hp engine, but after my work it feels like 75ish.., just like Tyanu888 cars above.
I set the injectors at 180 degrees like described,

When I am driving with VCDS all the values look normal,torsion value at 0, putting the pedal to the flor in 3.gear-turbo pressure over 2000, maf 8-900, injection time 35-40 m/s ,so the thing should be running fine, but not untill 2800 rpm it starts to pull.

Can a injector setting using the old 270 degrees help? Anything else?
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Old November 10th, 2019, 16:01   #51
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Now this has me a bit confused...

It makes sense that the injectors would be adjusted at maximum stroke( rockers pushing them down ), then backed off half a turn. Brought down to interference, and then backed off at maximum 'lift'.

How wide is the nose of that cam lobe? I can see the need for an indicator, as if you are not at the real max lift point then setting like it is will result in an interference.

I don't see how adjusting to interference on the base circle will result in anything but disaster when( IFF ) the engine gets rotated.
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Old November 10th, 2019, 17:22   #52
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Injector rocker lash adjustment doesn’t make much difference. As long as there’s enough clearance, it doesn’t really matter if there’s a bit too much (within reason). I’ve messed with that setting a little bit and it barely makes any difference that you would notice.

If the car is severely lacking power it’s probably not the injector adjustment unless it’s too tight and damaged the injectors.

It’s probably something else.

A torsion value of zero can mean that it’s too far out of range. I would try adjusting it until you can get a reading other than zero, like 0.5 for example, and then go from there trying to adjust it to zero.

When you were setting the torsion value if you found that you got to zero very easily then it’s probably wrong. It usually takes many adjustments to get it to zero once you can get it reading something within range.

Make a very tiny adjustment. If it still says zero after that then you’re way off.
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Old November 17th, 2019, 13:10   #53
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Thanks for help guys, I will check the car again this week, do the settings all over again
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