VW Engine Arr

The 1.4-liter Volkswagen ARR 1.4 FSI engine was produced by the company from 2000 to 2004 and was only installed in certain European versions of the small-sized Luppo model. This powertrain became the first mass-produced fuel-injected engine of the corporation. The EA111-FSI engine lineup includes the BKG, BAD, BAG, and BLF models.

Technical specifications of VW ARR 1.4 FSI engine.

Exact capacity1390 cm³
Power systemdirect injection
Engine power105 HP
Torque130 nm
Engine blockaluminum R4
Block headaluminum 16v
Cylinder diameter76.5 mm
Piston stroke.75.6 mm
Compression ratio11.5
Engine featuresDOHC
Hydraulic compensator. tak
Timing drivestrip
Timing phase adjustertak
Turbochargingthere is no
What oils to use3.5 liters 5W-30
Fuel type98
Environmental classEURO 4
Approximate life expectancy240 000 HP

Fuel consumption VW Engine Arr

On the example of the 2002 Volkswagen Lupo with a manual gearbox:
City6.3 litry
Route4.1 litry
Mixed4.9 litry

Engine Overview and Common Failures

Like all fuel-injected engines, this one is sensitive to the quality of gasoline. The intake valves quickly become clogged with carbon deposits, leading to a decrease in engine compression. The elaborate intake system with multiple sensors is difficult to maintain. Ignition coils do not last long and experienced drivers always carry spares. After 100-120 thousand kilometers, piston rings often become stuck, resulting in oil consumption.

Engine Vw Arr

Lupo 1 (6X)2000 - 2004

See Also

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