Self Study Program 117 – SKODA KAROQ Vehicle presentation Part II
VAG SSP 117 – SKODA KAROQ Vehicle presentation Part II. The ŠKODA KAROQ, a versatile SUV, offers a variety of engine options, including two petrol and three diesel choices. All engines are equipped with a turbocharger, four valves per cylinder, direct fuel injection, and adhere to EU6 emission standards.
Engine Types and Combinations
The engines available for the ŠKODA KAROQ are modular in design, with EA211 petrol engines and EA288 diesel engines. They can be paired with either a 6-speed manual gearbox or a 7-speed automatic DSG.
EA211 1.0 TSI 85 kW Engine – Efficient and Powerful
The basic petrol unit for the ŠKODA KAROQ is the EA211 line’s 1.0 TSI 85 kW engine. This three-cylinder, turbocharged engine with direct fuel injection delivers a maximum power of 85 kW at 5,000-5,500 min-1 (engine speed).
Boasting a combination of high power output and low fuel consumption, the engine features a lightweight, compact design with an aluminium cylinder block, forged crankshaft, optimized aluminium pistons, and forged con-rods. Low friction losses contribute to its overall fuel economy.
Weighing 94 kg under DIN 70020 (including the flywheel for the MQ200 6-speed manual gearbox), the engine does not have a balance shaft.
The ŠKODA KAROQ’s engine has separate cooling circuits for the cylinder head and cylinder block. It also features variably timed intake and exhaust cams, a turbocharger pressure increased to 1.6 bar, and a compressed air cooler integrated into the intake manifold. The exhaust manifold is integrated into the cylinder head, improving engine thermomechanics.
The versatile EA211 1.0 TSI 85 kW engine can be combined with both the 6-speed manual gearbox and the 7-speed DSG, allowing drivers to choose their preferred driving experience.
In conclusion, the ŠKODA KAROQ offers a range of efficient and powerful engine options, ensuring an enjoyable and customizable driving experience for anyone looking for a reliable SUV.
1. Engine units
1.1 ŠKODA KAROQ engines
1.2 Petrol engines overview
1.3 Diesel engines overview
1.4 1.0 TSI 85 kW EA211 petrol engine
1.4.1 1.0 TSI 85 kW EA211 parameters
1.4.2 1.0 TSI 85 kW EA211 power output and torque graph
1.4.3 Changes as compared to the previous version
220.127.116.11 New con rod design
18.104.22.168 DLC coat on the piston pin
22.214.171.124 Increased fuel pressure
126.96.36.199 Controllable oil pump
188.8.131.52 Tri-oval timing gear pulleys
184.108.40.206 Optimised intake system
220.127.116.11 Exhaust manifold integrated into the cylinder head
18.104.22.168 Sodium-cooled exhaust valves
22.214.171.124 Variable intake and exhaust valve timing
126.96.36.199 Engine balancing
1.5 1.5 TSI 110 kW ACT EA211 petrol engine
1.5.1 1.5 TSI 110 kW ACT EA211 parameters
1.5.2 1.5 TSI 110 kW ACT EA211 power output and torque graph
1.5.3 Cylinder head – integrated camshafts and exhaust manifold
1.5.4 APS coat on cylinder walls
1.5.5 High-pressure fuel injection
1.5.6 Air intercooler
1.5.7 Crankcase ventilation
1.5.8 Thermo Management
1.6 Diesel engines
1.6.1 1.6 TDI 85 kW EA288 diesel engine
1.6.2 1.6 TDI 85 kW EA288 engine – power output and torque graph
1.6.3 2.0 TDI 110 kW EA288 diesel engine
1.6.4 2.0 TDI 110 kW EA288 power output and torque graph
1.6.5 2.0 TDI 140 kW EA288 diesel engine
1.6.6 2.0 TDI 140 kW EA288 power output and torque graph
2.1 Gearbox-and-engine configurations
2.2 Manual gearboxes
2.3 Automatic gearboxes
2.3.1 Automatic 7-speed DQ 200-7F
2.3.2 Automatic 7-speed DQ 381-7A
188.8.131.52 7-speed DQ 381-7A improvements as compared to the 6-speed DQ 250-6F
184.108.40.206 7-speed DQ 381-7A cross section view
3. Fuel system
4. Multimedia information systems
4.1 ŠKODA KAROQ MIB functions overview
4.2 MIB II GP ENTRY Plus – Swing
4.3 MIB II STANDARD Plus – Bolero
4.4 MIB II STANDARD Nav – Amundsen
4.5 MIB II HIGH – Columbus
4.6 Setting the main menu format
4.7 Setting the Offroad driving profile
4.8 Three-level steering wheel heating intensity control
4.9 New Stand-By mode views
4.10 Bolero, Amundsen and Columbus multimedia systems – functions overview
4.11 Cable and wireless connections overview
5.1 Antennas integrated into the tailgate window
5.2 Roof antenna
5.3 Antennas under the rear bumper
5.4 Antenna under the dashboard
6. Interior ambient lighting
6.1 Ambient lighting – principle and description
6.2 Ambient lighting control from the infotainment system
6.3 RGB module locations
7. Onboard network control unit – BCM
7.1 Principle and functions
7.1 Changes and new functions
7.3 Installation solution (location)
8. Wiring system layout overview
8.1 Wiring in the dashboard compartment
9. ŠKODA KAROQ – data bus – overview
For assembly, disassembly, repair and diagnostics instructions, as well as detailed user information see VAS diagnostics devices and onboard literature.
Closing date – 9/2017.
This Workbook is not subject to updates.