Self Study Program 465 – The 1.2L 3-cylinder TDI engine with common rail fuel injection system
VAG SSP 465. The 1.2l TDI engine with common rail injection system has joined the new generation of efficient, economic and dynamic diesel engines from Volkswagen. This new three-cylinder diesel engine was developed on the basis of the 1.6l TDI four-cylinder diesel engine introduced in early 2009 and replaces the successful 1.4l TDI engine with unit injector system.
The new 1.2l TDI engine not only meets the growing demand for dynamics and comfort in an ideal way, it also boasts extremely low consumption and pollutant emissions.
Thanks to this engine, the Polo Blue Motion scores top marks with a minimal fuel consumption of 3.3l/100km and CO2 emissions of 87g/km.
- The 1.2l 55kW TDI engine
- Engine Components
- Cylinder block
- Cylinder head
- Cylinder head cover
- Balancer shaft module
- Toothed belt drive
- Ancillary component drive
- Oil system
- Oil pump
- Oil sump
- Coolant circuit
- Low-temperature exhaust gas recirculation
- Intake manifolds with swirl flaps
- Fuel system
- The common rail fuel injection system
- Engine Management
- System overview
- Engine control unit
- Throttle valve module J338
- Exhaust gas recirculation system
- Diesel particulate filter system
- Glow plug system
- Start/stop system
- Special tools and workshop equipment
- Test Yourself
The self-study programme portrays the design and function of new developments.
The contents will not be updated.
For current testing, adjustment and repair instructions, refer to the relevant service literature.