VW engine Rp

The 1.8-liter single-point fuel injection engine Volkswagen 1.8 RP was produced from 1986 to 1993 and installed in the second generation Golf or similar Jettie model, as well as in Passat B3 and Seat Toledo. There were variants of this engine with two types of injection: Mono-Jetronic and Mono-Motronic. The following engines belong to the EA827-1.8 line: PF, AAM, ABS, JN, ADR, ADZ, AGN, and ARG.

Technical specifications of VW RP 1.8 single-point fuel-injected engine is:

Exact capacity1781 cm³
Power systemmono-injection
Engine power90 HP
Torque142 nm
Engine blockcast iron R4
Block headaluminum 8v
Cylinder diameter81 mm
Piston stroke.86.4 mm
Compression ratio9.0
Engine featuresSOHC
Hydraulic compensator. tak
Timing drivebelt
Timing phase adjusterthere is no
Turbochargingthere is no
What oils to use3.8 liters 5W-40
Fuel type92
Environmental classEURO 1
Approximate life expectancy350 000 HP

Fuel consumption VW engine Rp

On the example of the 1990 Volkswagen Passat with a manual gearbox:
City11.0 litry
Route7.6 litry
Mixed8.8 litry

Engine Overview and Common Failures

Most of the problems with this engine are related to the temperamental monoinjection system. The unstable operation of the motor is usually caused by air suction or sensor failures. Second place is taken by ignition system failures, check the distributor or wires. Saving on oil service often results in replacing the hydraulic compensators. After 200,000 km, oil consumption often occurs due to worn piston rings.

Engine Vw Rp

Golf 2 (1G)1987 - 1992
Jetta 2 (1G)1986 - 1991
Passat B3 (31)1988 - 1991
Toledo 1 (1L)1991 - 1993

Engines from the same line as VW engine Rp

See Also

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