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Old May 26th, 2008, 15:11   #1
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Old May 26th, 2008, 16:41   #2
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Thank you!

It's quite a departure to have the intake and exhaust manifolds on opposite sides of the head. That's a totally different kinda beast.

So, what's the story behind this? How did you manage to get pics of a naked engine out of it's bay like this?
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Old May 26th, 2008, 17:15   #3
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I was at the training for it all last week. Along with the Tiguan.

The features are as follows:

1. 2.Litre engine
2. 16.5:1 Compression
3. 140hp@4200rpm
4. 235 lb ft @ 1750 to 2500rpm
5. Bosch EDC 17 Engine Management
6. Dual EGR systems with two separate valves (hot side and cold side)
7. New glow plugs with combustion pressure sensor built in. Less than 2 second preglow time now
8. Dual cams with 4 valves per cylinder
9. Oil Specs 507 00 or 507 01 5W-40 5W-30
10. High pressure pump driven by the t-belt to the rail@(26,100psi)
11. 1,800bar injectors with 8 holes
12. 1 VERY EXPENSIVE EXHAUST SYSTEM

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Old May 26th, 2008, 17:38   #4
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What is the shiny long rectangular 'box' below the exhaust/turbo area?
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Old May 26th, 2008, 17:38   #5
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Old May 26th, 2008, 17:42   #6
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507.01?? What is that?
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Old May 26th, 2008, 17:47   #7
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Here, let's upsize those pictures







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Old May 26th, 2008, 18:32   #8
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What's the 4th photo (right above the timing belt) of? Who manufactures the turbo and what is the piece of styrofoam for?
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Old May 26th, 2008, 18:38   #9
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Turbo looks garret, from the TAG and I'd say the styrofoam was to help hold the TDI engine cover (perhaps a weak spot with nothing under it.)
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Old May 26th, 2008, 19:07   #10
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What's the 4th photo (right above the timing belt) of? Who manufactures the turbo and what is the piece of styrofoam for?
Balance shafts module with oil pump. Turbo I believe is a 3-K unit if I was awake when this was asked.
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Old May 26th, 2008, 19:18   #11
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7. New glow plugs with combustion pressure sensor built in. Less than 2 second preglow time now
So, are you saying that the days of $19.95 glow plugs are gone? Probably won't be able to get them at NAPA either.

On the plus side, with the proper diagnostic computer, you should be able to see exactly where you are with compression at all times.

Two stage EGR, eh? So there is one pipe coming off of the back side of the Exhaust manifold, then the cold side comes in from that big connection?

The turbo inlet connection looks like a push and twist affair?

Lots of triple square bolts on that thing.

Coolant glow plugs maybe on that connection just below the vacuum pump?

Notice that they have the belt almost 3/4 of the way around the High Pressure pump. That means it needs lots of torque to turn it and they need lots of tooth engagement.

Gear driven oil pump?

Looks like two sensors on the High pressure rail. One would be a pressure sensor, what's the other?

Small hose under the turbo? Any idea what that is?

Oil filter looks difficult to access.

What kind of connections for the Glow plugs?
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Old May 26th, 2008, 19:51   #12
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EGR system one goes from exhaust manifold straight to the EGR valve on above throttle housing (shutter valve) other goes through EGR cooler under the turbo and enters the system in the slits in the turbo on the pressure side.

Two sensors on the common rail. pressure regulator and a pressure sensor.

No coolant glow plugs here, just the toaster wire thing.

Twist and pull for glow-plug connections same as before. Three wires now though.

Yes, gear driven oil pump now.
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Old May 26th, 2008, 19:53   #13
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I was RIGHT the last time we discussed this!!.... there is only a single TimingBelt pully for the DOHC. (Several folks argued there was a seperate pully for each of the 2 camshafts)

I think these photos clearly show how the second cam is driven.
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Old May 26th, 2008, 20:20   #14
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...Oil Specs 507 00 or 507 01 5W-40 5W-30...
joe- is this a typo, or is there another new VW oil spec?
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Old May 26th, 2008, 20:26   #15
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I understand that this is another type of oil for this Common Rail engine.
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