since 2000 release
Repair and operation of the car
+ Governing bodies and methods of safe operation
+ Current leaving and service
Removal and installation of the top cover of the engine / lower protection of a motive compartment / stretcher
Check of a compression in engine cylinders, identification of leaks
Check of the engine by means of the vacuum gage
- 4-cylinder petrol engines
Removal and installation of a gear belt
Removal and installation of a head of cylinders
Removal and installation of a belt of the drive of auxiliary units
+ 6-and 8-cylinder petrol engines
+ 4-cylinder diesel engines
+ 6-cylinder diesel engines
+ Engine lubrication system
+ Cooling systems, heating and air conditioner
+ Power supply systems, release and decrease in toxicity of the fulfilled gases
+ Systems of electric equipment of the engine
+ Manual box of gear shifting
+ Automatic transmission
+ Coupling, power shafts and differential
+ Brake system
+ Suspension bracket and steering
+ Onboard electric equipment
4-cylinder petrol engines
1.6 l (ALZ): The engine is line, with one verkhneraspolozhenny cam-shaft (OHC). The camshaft is located in a head of cylinders and is set in motion by a gear belt. The shaft affects the hydraulic pushers located vertically which in turn influence inlet and final valves.
1.8 and 2.0 l (AVJ, BFB, ALT): The engine is line, with two verkhneraspolozhenny cam-shafts (DOHC), has for each cylinder three of inlet and two final valves. One camshaft sets in motion inlet valves, another final. The camshaft of final valves is set in motion from a bent shaft through a gear belt. Camshafts of inlet and final valves are connected with each other by a chain.
2.0 l of FSI (AWA): The engine is line, with two verkhneraspolozhenny cam-shafts (DOHC), has two inlet and final valves for each cylinder.
Petrol 4-cylinder FSI engine of 2.0 l
Basic elements of a head of cylinders of AVJ, BFB, ALT 1.8 engines of l.