VW Cdaa engine

The 1.8-liter engine of the Volkswagen CDAA 1.8 TSI was produced by the company from 2008 to 2015 and was installed in many popular models such as the Golf, Passat, Octavia, and Audi A3. It is from this generation of engines that the history of high oil consumption TSI engines began. The EA888 gen2 line also includes: CDAB, CDHA, and CDHB.

Technical specifications of the engine VW CDAA 1.8 TSI.

Exact capacity1798 cm³
Power systemdirect injection
Engine power160 HP
Torque250 nm
Engine blockcast iron R4
Block headaluminum 16v
Cylinder diameter82.5 mm
Piston stroke.84.2 mm
Compression ratio9.6
Engine featuresDOHC
Hydraulic compensator. tak
Timing drivechain
Timing phase adjusterat the inlet
TurbochargingKKK K03
What oils to use4.6 liters 5W-30
Fuel type95
Environmental classEURO 5
Approximate life expectancy250 000 HP

Fuel consumption VW Cdaa engine

Using the example of the 2011 Volkswagen Passat B7 with a manual gearbox:
City9.8 litry
Route5.5 litry
Mixed7.1 litry

Engine Overview and Common Failures

According to the catalog, the weight of the CDAA engine is 144 kg. The CDAA engine number is located at the junction with the gearbox. The most well-known problem of this engine is excessive oil consumption due to ring deposits. The second major issue is the unreliable timing chain, which may need replacement at 100,000 km. Increased oil consumption leads to carbon buildup and fluctuating engine speeds. If spark plugs are not replaced in a timely manner, it will likely be necessary to replace ignition coils as well. Additionally, the fuel injection pump (TNVD) has a relatively short lifespan and may start leaking gasoline into the oil.

Engine Vw Cdaa

Audi
A3 2 (8P)2009 - 2013
TT 2 (8J)2008 - 2014
Seat
Altea 1 (5P)2009 - 2015
Leon 2 (1P)2009 - 2012
Toledo 3 (5P)2008 - 2009
Skoda
Octavia 2 (1Z)2008 - 2013
Superb 2 (3T)2008 - 2013
Yeti 1 (5L)2009 - 2015
Volkswagen
Golf 6 (5K)2009 - 2010
Passat CC (35)2008 - 2012
Passat B6 (3C)2008 - 2010
Passat B7 (36)2010 - 2012

See Also

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Audi Engine Aad

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Ford Q4ba engine

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