Audi Aah Engine

The 2.8-liter gasoline engine Audi AAH 2.8 V6 was produced by the company from 1990 to 1997 and installed in the most popular models of the German company, such as 80, 100, A4, A6, and A8. This power unit was known in some markets under a completely different index AFC. The EA835 engine line also includes units: ALF, ARE, BDV, ABC, ACK, ALG, ASN, and BBJ.

Technical specifications of Audi AAH 2.8 V6 engine.

Exact capacity2771 cm³
Power systeminjector
Engine power174 HP
Torque245 nm
Engine blockcast iron V6
Block headaluminum 12v
Cylinder diameter82.5 mm
Piston stroke.86.4 mm
Compression ratio10.3
Engine featuresthere is no
Hydraulic compensator. tak
Timing drivebelt
Timing phase adjusterthere is no
Turbochargingthere is no
What oils to use5.0 liters 5W-30
Fuel type92
Environmental classEURO 2
Approximate life expectancy350 000 HP

Fuel consumption Audi Aah Engine

Using the example of the 1993 Audi 100 with a manual transmission:
City12.9 litry
Route7.4 litry
Mixed9.0 litry

Engine Overview and Common Failures

The main complaints of car owners with this engine are related to oil consumption. Oil consumption due to ring deposition starts after 150,000 km and increases with mileage. Lubrication also tends to leak from gaskets and seals, especially after overheating. The timing belt is designed for approximately 90,000 km, and if it breaks, it can always bend the valves. The cause of fluctuating RPMs is usually contamination of the stabilizing valve.

Engine Audi Aah

80 B4 (8C)1991 - 1995
100 C4 (4A)1990 - 1994
A4 B5 (8D)1994 - 1997
A6 C4 (4A)1994 - 1997
A8 D2 (4D)1994 - 1996

Engines from the same line as Audi Aah Engine

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