Audi Engine Ace

The 2.0-liter Audi 2.0 ACE 16v engine was produced by the German conglomerate from 1992 to 1997 and installed in the most popular models of the German company at that time: 80, 100, A6. This engine stood out among other power units of the family due to the use of a 16-valve timing system. The following engines belong to the EA827-2.0 line: 2E, AAD, AAE, ABF, ABK, ABT, ADY, and AGG.

Technical specifications of the Audi ACE 2.0 16v engine.

Exact capacity1984 cm³
Power systemKE-Motronic
Engine power140 HP
Torque185 nm
Engine blockcast iron R4
Block headaluminum 16v
Cylinder diameter82.5 mm
Piston stroke.92.8 mm
Compression ratio10.8
Engine featuresDOHC
Hydraulic compensator. tak
Timing drivestrip i chain
Timing phase adjusterthere is no
Turbochargingthere is no
What oils to use3.0 liters 5W-30
Fuel type92
Environmental classEURO 2
Approximate life expectancy360 000 HP

Fuel consumption Audi Engine Ace

Using the example of the 1995 Audi A6 with a manual transmission:
City12.2 litry
Route7.3 litry
Mixed8.7 litry

Engine Overview and Common Failures

All the most common engine problems are related to the KE-Motronic system. More often than not, the cause of malfunctions is an air suction, clogged fuel injectors, sensor glitches. Weak points also include the fuel pump and several components of the ignition system. The timing belt is designed for approximately 90,000 kilometers, and if a valve breaks, it always causes damage. On very high mileage, excessive oil consumption and hydraulic lifter noise are often encountered.

Engine Audi Ace

80 B4 (8C)1992 - 1995
100 C4 (4A)1992 - 1994
A6 C4 (4A)1994 - 1997

Engines from the same line as Audi Engine Ace

See Also

VW Bad engine

The 1.6-liter direct injection Volkswagen BAD engine was produced from 2001 to 2005 and installed in the fourth generation Golf, corresponding sedan Bora, and Audi A2. This engine differed from its counterparts with a belt-driven timing system instead of a chain. The following engines belong to the EA111-FSI line: ARR, BKG, BAG, and BLF.

VW Axx engine

The 2.0-liter turbocharged engine Volkswagen AXX 2.0 TFSI was installed from 2004 to 2006 and used in the sixth generation of the Passat model, the fifth Golf model, and the Audi A3 with the 8P body type. This power unit was relatively quickly replaced by newer versions of the engine. The EA113-TFSI engine range also includes the following units: - BPY - BWA.

Audi CRDB engine

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Audi engine ACK

The 2.8-liter V6 engine with a capacity of 30 valves, Audi ACK 2.8, was produced by the company from 1995-1998 and installed in popular models such as the A4 in the B5 body and A6 in the C4 or C5 bodies. This engine has many analogues with minor differences, for example, APR, AMX, AQD, and ALG. The EA835 engine line also includes: ALF, BDV, ABC, AAH, ALG, ASN, and BBJ.

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