Self Study Program 403 – 2.0L TDI Engine with Common Rail Fuel Injection System
VAG SSP 403. The 2.0l TDI engine with common rail injection system is the first in a new generation of dynamic and efficient diesel engines from Volkswagen.
By combining the successful and proven 2.0l TDI engine with common rail technology, Volkswagen is setting new standards with regards to the characteristic TDI features of dynamics, driving fun, economy and reliability. These outstanding TDI qualities in the 2.0l TDI engine with common rail injection system are aimed at future challenges in terms of acoustics, comfort and exhaust gas treatment.
The leading role of Volkswagen, which began in 1993 with the introduction of the first turbocharged direct injection diesel engine to be used in a car, successfully continues with the 2.0l TDI engine. This confirms Volkswagen’s position as a pioneer in diesel technology.
The engine already fulfils the requirements of the Euro 5 emissions standard that will come into force at the end of 2009 and offers potential for future emissions standards and the associated technologies.
- In Brief
- Engine Mechanics
- Engine Management
- Test Yourself
The self-study programme shows the design and function of new developments.
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