1 21-1 Turbocharger system components, servicing Engine codes: AAZ, 1Z, AHU Observe rules of cleanliness Page Turbocharger hoses and lines, connecting Page WARNING! Do not re-use any fasteners that are worn or deformed in normal use. Some fasteners are designed to be used only once, and are unreliable and may fail if used a second time. This includes, but is not limited to, nuts, bolts, washers, circlips and cotter pins. Always follow the recommendations in this manual-replace these fasteners with new parts where indicated, and any other time it is deemed necessary by inspection.
2 Notes: All hose connections are secured with clips. Charge air system must be free of leaks. Always replace self-locking nuts.
3 21-2 Turbocharger system components, removing and installing (engine code AAZ) Notes: Boost pressure control is switched off during part throttle operation by EGR part throttle switch -F166- and two-way valve for EGR -N161- Checking and adjusting part throttle switch Page Checking two-way valve Page Exhaust manifold 2-25 Nm (18 ft lb) 3 - Hose To Diesel injection pump 4 - Gasket Always replace Coating (beading) faces intake manifold 5 - Intake manifold
4 Nm (33 ft lb) Always replace Coat threads and bolt head sealing surfaces with high temperature (2000 F) anti-seize compound 7 - Gasket Always replace Note installation position 8 - To Positive Crankcase Ventilation (PCV) valve 9 - From Air Cleaner 10 - Turbocharger Removing and installing Page Boost pressure, checking Page Turbocharger wastegate Integral part of turbocharger cannot be replaced separately Hoses and lines, connecting Page Oil return line To cylinder block 13 - Sealing rings
5 Always replace
6 Banjo bolt 30 Nm (22 ft lb) Nm (22 ft lb) 16 - Front exhaust pipe 17 - Oil supply line From oil filter bracket Page Intake air hose 19 - Mounting bracket Between exhaust pipe and exhaust manifold
7 21-5 Turbocharger system components, removing and installing (engine codes 1Z, AHU) 1 - Exhaust manifold 2-35 Nm (26 ft lb) Always replace Coat threads and bolt head sealing surfaces with high temperature (2000 F) anti-seize compound 3 - Intake manifold 4 - From charge air cooler 5 - Hose Black To Diesel Direct Fuel Injection (DFI) Engine Control Module (ECM) -J Gasket Always replace Coating (beading) faces intake manifold 7-25 Nm (18 ft lb)
8 Gasket Note installation position 9-25 Nm (18 ft lb) Nm (7 ft lb) Install using D Circlip 12 - Turbocharger wastegate Checking Page Removing and installing Page Hose Blue To wastegate bypass regulator valve -N75- Connecting Page Oil seal Always replace 15 - Banjo bolt 15 Nm (11 ft lb) 16 - From air cleaner
9 17 - O-ring Replace if damaged Nm (7 ft lb)
10 Banjo bolt 30 Nm (22 ft lb) 20 - Oil return line To cylinder block Nm (22 ft lb) 22 - Gasket Always replace 23 - Retainer 24 - Hose Red To wastegate bypass regulator valve -N75- Connecting Page Turbocharger Removing and installing Page Boost pressure, checking Page To charge air cooler 27 - Front exhaust pipe 28 - Oil supply line
11 From oil filter bracket 29 - Heat shield
12 21-8 Turbocharger cooling system components, removing and installing (engine codes 1Z, AHU) Notes: All hose connections secured by clips. Charge air system must be free of leaks. 1 - Rubber mounting 2 - Spacer 3-10 Nm (7 ft lb) 4-10 Nm (7 ft lb) 5 - Connecting pipe 6 - O-ring Between charge air cooler and turbocharger Replace if damaged 7 - Retaining clip 8 - Intake Air Temperature (IAT) sensor -G72-
13 Connecting pipe Between charge air cooler and intake manifold 10 - Charge air cooler 11 - Air ducting 12 - Retainers
14 21-10 Rules of cleanliness CAUTION! Whenever working on turbocharger systems, carefully observe the following rules of cleanliness. 1 - Thoroughly clean fuel system line and hose connections and the surrounding area before disconnecting. 2 - Place removed components on a clean surface and cover. Use plastic sheeting or paper. Do not use fluffy rags that could leave lint! 3 - Carefully cover over or seal any components that have been opened if repairs are not carried out immediately. 4 - Install only clean parts: Do not remove replacement parts from the packaging until immediately before they are to be installed. Do not use parts that have been stored without packaging (e.g. in toolboxes, etc.). 5 - When the fuel system is opened:
15 Avoid working with compressed air whenever possible. Avoid moving the vehicle if possible. 6 - Make sure that Diesel fuel does not run onto coolant hoses. Affected hoses must be cleaned immediately. Contaminated hoses must be replaced.
16 21-11 Turbocharger hoses and lines, connecting Engine code AAZ 1 - Two-way valve 2 - To vacuum pump 3 - Turbocharger (KKK) 4 - Wastegate 5 - Turbocharger (Garrett) 6 - Wastegate Engine codes 1Z, AHU 1 - Intake air hose 2 - Hose, black 3 - Wastegate bypass regulator valve -N Wastegate 5 - Hose, blue 6 - Turbocharger 7 - Hose, red
17 21-12 Turbocharger, removing and installing (engine code AAZ) Engine codes 1Z, AHU, turbocharger removing and installing. Page Special tools, testers and auxiliary items 3205 swivel wrench VAG1331 torque wrench, 5 to 50 Nm High temperature (2000 compound F) anti-seize Removing - Switch ignition off. CAUTION! Before disconnecting the battery, determine the correct coding for the anti-theft radio. - Disconnect battery Ground strap.
18 - Remove hoses between intake manifold to turbocharger and turbocharger to air cleaner. - Disconnect oil supply line from turbocharger and mounting clip from intake manifold. - Disconnect oil return line at turbocharger.
19 Disconnect exhaust pipe from turbocharger and exhaust manifold support. - Remove 3 mounting bolts (arrows) between turbocharger and exhaust manifold (using either box wrench or 3205 swivel wrench). Installing When installing observe the following: - Install turbocharger and tighten exhaust pipe mounting nuts so that turbocharger can still be moved slightly. - Install 3 mounting bolts and tighten fully, then tighten exhaust pipe nuts. - Before attaching oil supply line, fill turbocharger connections with engine oil. CAUTION! After installing the turbocharger, let engine idle for approx. 1 minute. DO NOT rev-up the engine at first! (This ensures that the turbocharger is properly lubricated.)
20 21-14 Turbocharger, removing and installing (engine codes 1Z, AHU) Engine code AAZ, turbocharger removing and installing Page Special tools, testers and auxiliary items VAG1331 torque wrench, 5 to 50 Nm High temperature (2000 compound F) anti-seize Removing - Switch ignition off. - Disconnect battery Ground strap. CAUTION! Before disconnecting the battery, determine the correct coding for the anti-theft radio. - Remove hoses between intake manifold to turbocharger -1- and turbocharger to
21 air cleaner Remove red hose (or remove banjo bolt) for wastegate bypass regulator valve - N75- on turbocharger. - Disconnect exhaust pipe from turbocharger.
22 Disconnect oil supply line from turbocharger and mounting clip from intake manifold. - Remove turbocharger to engine support. - Disconnect oil return line at turbocharger. - Remove nut -1- from below and bolts -2- from above. - Lift turbocharger out and upward. - Disconnect blue hose from wastegate.
23 21-16 Installing (engine codes 1Z, AHU) - Install blue wastegate hose on turbocharger and secure with clamp. - Grease threads of mounting bolts -2- and head contacting surfaces with high temperature (2000 F) anti-seize compound. - Install turbocharger on exhaust manifold and tighten mounting bolts -2- fingertight. - Install mounting nut -1- and tighten. Tightening torque: 20 Nm (15 ft lb) - Tighten mounting bolts -2-. Tightening torque: 35 Nm (26 ft lb) - Install turbocharger to cylinder head support. Tightening torque: 25 Nm (18 ft lb) - Install oil return pipe with new seal and tighten. Tightening torque: 30 Nm (22 ft lb) - Install front exhaust pipe with new gasket onto flange and tighten. Tightening torque: 25 Nm (18 ft lb). - Fill turbocharger with engine oil via oil supply connection.
24 Install oil supply line. Tightening torque: 25 Nm (18 ft lb) - Tighten oil supply line support to: 10 Nm (7 ft lb). - Install red hose for wastegate bypass regulator valve -N75- on turbocharger and secure with clamp (or banjo bolt with new seal) and tighten. Tightening torque: 15 Nm (11 ft lb) - Install O-ring onto intake pipe, then install pipe to turbocharger and tighten. Tightening torque: 10 Nm (7 ft lb) - Install pressure line. CAUTION! After installing the turbocharger, let engine idle for approx. 1 minute. DO NOT rev-up the engine at first! (This ensures that the
25 turbocharger is properly lubricated.)
26 21-18 Turbocharger, checking (engine code AAZ) Special tools, testers and auxiliary items VAG1397A turbocharger tester Checking conditions The turbocharger and wastegate are an assembly. A faulty turbocharger must be replaced because it is not possible to repair using workshop equipment. Requirements for proper turbocharger operation and achieving specified boost pressure: No leaks from intake and exhaust systems Wastegate control line is not blocked, loose or leaking No engine or fuel injection mechanical malfunctions, e.g. start of injection, fuel injectors and compression pressure Engine oil temperature 80 C (176 F)
27 minimum Test sequence - Measure boost pressure under full load, while driving on road. Test duration per measurement: 10 seconds maximum - Disconnect hose (at one end) running between intake manifold -1- and Diesel injection pump -2-.
28 Using tee, connect VAG1397A turbocharger tester. Notes: To operatethe VAG1397Aturbocharger tester see manufacturers operating instructions. If boost pressure is being measured while driving, a second person must be used to read and operate the turbocharger tester. Make sure that the pressure hose is not trapped between the hood and the body. - Measure boost pressure at wide open throttle. While driving on an open road: In 2nd gear (manual) or with transmission range selector lever in position 1 (automatic) While simultaneously applying brakes to maintain approx. 37 MPH (60 kph).
29 Specification: 0.60 to 0.83 bar (relative pressure) If specification not obtained: - Replace turbocharger. If the boost pressure is too high and if the wastegate control line is not blocked, loose or leaking: - Replace turbocharger (wastegate is faulty and unit can only be replaced as an assembly).
30 21-20 Turbocharger, checking (engine codes 1Z, AHU) Special tools, testers and auxiliary items VAG1397A turbocharger tester Checking conditions No malfunctions stored in Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC) memory Repair Manual, 1.9 Liter 4-Cyl. 2V TDI Fuel Injection & Glow Plug, Engine Code(s): 1Z, AHU, Repair Group 01 Perform output Diagnostic Test Mode (DTM) Repair Manual, 1.9 Liter 4-Cyl. 2V TDI Fuel Injection & Glow Plug, Engine Code(s): 1Z, AHU, Repair Group 01 No leaks from intake and exhaust systems
31 Wastegate control line is not blocked, loose or leaking No engine or fuel injection mechanical malfunctions, e.g. start of injection, fuel injectors and compression pressure Engine oil temperature 80 C (176 F) minimum Measure boost pressure under full load, while driving on open road. Duration of test per measurement: 10 seconds maximum
32 Disconnect harness connector -2- from wastegate bypass regulator valve -1- (- N75-). Reconnect -N75- after check. - Disconnect connecting hose running between intake manifold and Diesel Direct Fuel Injection (DFI) Engine Control Module (ECM) -J Using tee, connect VAG1397A turbocharger tester and select measuring range ll. Notes: To operatethe VAG1397Aturbocharger tester see manufacturers operating instructions. Make sure that all of the hoses are connected so there is no possibility of leakage. If boost is being measured while driving, a second person must be used to read and operate turbocharger tester. Make sure that the pressure hose is not trapped between the hood and the body.
33 Measure boost pressure at wide open throttle. While driving on an open road: In 2nd gear (manual) or with transmission range selector lever in position 1 (automatic) Note: Under acceleration at wide open throttle while watching the tachometer Do not apply the brakes while taking boost measurements (unless of course it becomes necessary). The engine control module responds to braking by reducing fuel quantity; which can lead to incorrect boost measurements. - Press "M" button (memory) on VAG1397A turbocharger tester when engine speed falls between 3500 and 4000 RPM, then read out boost values. Specification: 0.50 to 0.65 bar (relative pressure) If specified boost pressure NOT obtained:
34 - Check wastegate bypass regulator valve and replace if necessary. - Repeat boost pressure check. If specified boost pressure still NOT obtained: - Replace turbocharger.
35 21-23 If boost pressure is exceeded: - Check wastegate bypass regulator valve - N75-. Flow between turbocharger and valve to wastegate should not be blocked when connector is disconnected. - Make sure that turbocharger wastegate valve is securely mounted on turbocharger. - Check wastegate and operating rod, replace if necessary. - Check wastegate shaft mounting in turbocharger for ease of movement. If corroded together; replace turbocharger.
36 21-24 Wastegate, checking (engine codes 1Z, AHU) Check conditions Engine oil temperature: 80 C (176 F) minimum Test sequence - Disconnect harness connector -2- from wastegate bypass regulator valve -1- (- N75-). - Start engine and raise to maximum speed briefly by operating throttle. Wastegate operating rod -2- must move If operating rod does not move:
37 - Check wastegate lever -1- for ease of movement, if corroded together; replace turbocharger. If the operating rod does not move, even though the lever is free to move: - Replace wastegate -3-.
38 21-25 Wastegate, removing and installing (engine codes 1Z, AHU) Special tools, testers and auxiliary items VAG1331 torque wrench 5 to 50 Nm Removing - Remove turbocharger. Page Unclip mounting clip Remove mounting bolts Remove wastegate -6-. Installing - Install wastegate -6- on turbocharger and tighten. Tightening torque: 10 Nm (7 ft lb) - Install mounting bolts -2- using D6. - Loosen lock nut -1- and operating rod Swing wastegate lever -5- toward turbocharger to stop, and hold.
39 Adjust length of rod -3- so that rod eye will install easily on lever pin -5- (lever lies against stop with no play). - Shorten operating rod 8 full turns from this position. - Tighten lock nut Attach operating rod onto lever and install mounting clip Re-install turbocharger. Page 21-14
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