VW Engine AKL

The 1.6-liter 8-valve Volkswagen 1.6 AKL engine was produced from 1996 to 2010 and was installed in many popular models of the company, including Škoda and Seat cars. This engine is well known in our country mainly thanks to the very popular Skoda Octavia Tour. EA113-1.6 series: AEH AHL ALZ ANA APF ARM AVU BFQ BGU BSE BSF

Technical specifications of VW AKL 1.6 liter engine.

Exact capacity1595 cm³
Power systeminjector
Engine power101 HP
Torque145 nm
Engine blockaluminum R4
Block headaluminum 8v
Cylinder diameter81 mm
Piston stroke.77.4 mm
Compression ratio10.3
Engine featuresSOHC
Hydraulic compensator. tak
Timing drivestrip
Timing phase adjusterthere is no
Turbochargingthere is no
What oils to use4.5 liters 5W-30
Fuel type92
Environmental classEURO 3/4
Approximate life expectancy350 000 HP

Fuel consumption VW Engine AKL

Using the example of a 1998 Volkswagen Golf 4 with a manual gearbox:
City10.5 litry
Route5.6 litry
Mixed7.6 litry

Engine Overview and Common Failures

The engine number AKL is located at the front, at the junction of the engine with the gearbox. The most famous problems of this engine are fluctuating rpm and strong vibrations. Cleaning the injectors or throttle often helps to get rid of these troubles. The second most common issues are related to the crankcase ventilation system. Owners also often complain about the loss of sealing of the intake manifold. Usually, at around 200,000 km, the rings or caps wear out and oil consumption starts.

Engine Vw Akl

Audi
A3 1 (8L)1996 - 2000
Seat
Cordoba 1 (6K)1999 - 2002
Ibiza 2 (6K)1999 - 2002
Leon 1 (1M)1999 - 2000
Toledo 2 (1M)1998 - 2000
Skoda
Octavia 1 (1U)1997 - 2010
Volkswagen
Bora 1 (1J)1998 - 2000
Golf 4 (1J)1997 - 2000

See Also

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The 1.6-liter engine with eighteen valves, the Volkswagen 1.6 BFQ, was produced from 2002 to 2010 and was installed in the fourth generation of the Golf model, as well as in Audi and Seat platform vehicles. This is a power unit that complies with Euro 4 standards, equipped with a secondary air pump, an exhaust gas recirculation (EGR) system, an electric throttle, and a camshaft control system. EA113-1.6 series: AEH AHL AKL ALZ ANA APF ARM AVU BGU BSE BSF

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