Self Study Program 233 – 2.0L Engine
VAG SSP 233. In this Self-Study Programme, you can familiarise yourself with the design and function of the 113 series engine and 827 series engine with intermediate distributor drive shaft.
The 2.0-litre engine stems from a successful engine generation and has a long history. The engine blocks of the 1.6-litre and 1.8-litre engines have a similar design.
The functions of components such as the coolant pump, radiator, oil pump and oil pump motor are identical.
A notable feature of these engines is their closed system control loops which greatly reduce the pollutant emission in the exhaust gases.
The 2.0-litre engine has different structural design details than the 113 and 827 series. VW has been fitting the engine with intermediate shaft in the Golf convertible since May 1999. The 2.0-litre/88 kW engine with flying camshaft (Flino) and new functional features will also be presented.
- 2.0-litre/85 kW engine AQY/ATU
- Crankcase breather
- Fuel injection
- PTFE oil seal
- Secondary air system
- Emission control
- ODB II exhaust emission monitoring system
- System overview
- Function diagram
The 2.0l / 88kW engine will not be introduced!
- 2.0-litre/88 kW engine ATF/ASU
- Flying camshaft
- System overview ATF/ASU
- Function diagram ATF/ASU
- Service interval extension
- Test your knowledge
The Self-Study Programme explains the design and function of new developments! The contents of this SSP are not updated.
Please always refer to the relevant Service Literature for all inspection, adjustment and repair instructions.