Audi Aew engine

The 3.7-liter engine Audi AEW or the A8 D2 3.7 liter engine was produced from 1995 to 1998 and installed in front-wheel drive and all-wheel drive versions of the popular A8 model in the D2 body. There is a similar engine with the AKJ index, with minor differences in the injection system. The EA824 series includes: ABZ, AXQ, BAR, BFM, BVJ, CDRA, CEUA, and CRDB.

Technical specifications of the Audi AEW 3.7-liter engine.

Exact capacity3697 cm³
Power systemdistributed injection
Engine power230 HP
Torque315 nm
Engine blockaluminum V8
Block headaluminum 32v
Cylinder diameter84.5 mm
Piston stroke.82.4 mm
Compression ratio10.8
Engine featuresthere is no
Hydraulic compensator. tak
Timing drivestrip and two chains
Timing phase adjusterthere is no
Turbochargingthere is no
What oils to use7.5 liters 5W-30
Fuel type95
Environmental classEURO 3
Approximate life expectancy310 000 HP

Fuel consumption Audi Aew engine

Using the example of the 1996 Audi A8 3.7 quattro model with an automatic transmission:
City19.6 litry
Route9.0 litry
Mixed12.9 litry

Engine Overview and Common Failures

Like any engine with an aluminum block, it is sensitive to overheating and low-quality fuel. Cutting corners on maintenance and frequent overheating can result in the formation of scoring. The use of cheap oil often leads to tapping of the hydraulic compensators. Keep an eye on the condition of the timing belt, as its failure often causes valve interference. Additionally, lubrication leaks are commonly found, especially at the junction of the engine and transmission.

Engine Audi Aew

A8 D2 (4D)1995 - 1998

Engines from the same line as Audi Aew engine

See Also

Audi Aeh engine

The 1.6-liter, 8-valve Audi 1.6 AEH engine was produced by the corporation from 1996 to 2007 and installed in popular models such as the A3 8L, Golf 4, and Toledo 2 platforms. This engine was developed in accordance with Euro 2 emission standards: it does not have exhaust gas recirculation (EGR), it has one lambda sensor, and an air reserve control valve (DMRV) instead of an additional intake throttle valve (DAD). EA113-1.6 series: AHL AKL ALZ ANA APF ARM AVU BFQ BGU BSE BSF

Audi Engine CEUA

The 4.0-liter Audi CEUA or A8 4.0 TFSI engine was produced by the company in the years 2012-2013 and installed in versions with forced induction of the popular sedan A8 in the D4 body before the facelift. After the facelift of this model, this engine made way for a more powerful unit with the CTGA index. The EA824 series includes: ABZ, AEW, AXQ, BAR, BFM, BVJ, CDRA, and CRDB.

Audi Adp Engine

The 1.6-liter, 8-valve Audi 1.6 ADP engine was produced by the company from 1994 to 1998 and only installed in two related models: the first generation A4 and the Passat in the B5 body. This powertrain quickly made way for the new AHL engine from the EA113 family. The EA827-1.6 series also includes the following engines: PN and AFT.

Audi Aar engine

The 2.3-liter Audi AAR engine was built in German factories of the company from 1990 to 1996 and was installed in the model with the index 100 in C3-C4 bodies, as well as in the first generation A6. This engine gained great popularity on the secondary market. The EA828 line also includes engines: - RT, - KU, - NG, - NF, and - AAN.

Mitsubishi 6a13tt engine

The 2.5-liter V6 turbo engine Mitsubishi 6A13TT was produced in Japan from 1996 to 2003 and was exclusively used in the sports model Galant VR-4 and its local modification, Legnum. This engine is very often used for budget swaps, including in our country. The 6A1 family also includes engines with the following designations: 6A10, 6A11, 6A12, 6A12TT, and 6A13.

Opel X20dth engine

The 2.0-liter diesel engine Opel X20DTH or LD1 was produced from 1997 to 2000 and was only installed in the two most popular models of the brand: Vectra and Omega. After being upgraded to comply with Euro 3 emission standards, the unit received a completely different index Y20DTH. The X series also includes the following engines: X17DTL, X20DTL, X22DTH.