Audi A3 2.0TFSI BWA Engine

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Audi A3 2.0TFSI BWA Engine For Sale

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Audi A3 2.0TFSI BWA Engine Specs

Specification Details
Fuel Type Petrol
Displacement 1984 cc
Valvetrain DOHC
No. of valves 16
Power Output in KW 147 KW
Torque Output 280 Nm
Bore x Stroke 82.5 mm x 92.8 mm
Compression Ratio 10.5:1

Audi A3 2.0TFSI BWA Engine FAQ

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5 Common Causes For Car Engine Failure

According to research, there are five common causes for car engine failure. These include:

1. Faulty starting system components.

2. Carbon deposits on the valves leading to improper air-to-fuel ration and reduced compression.

3. Incorrect ignition timing that leads to hot spots at certain parts of the engine surface, making them swell up due to increased heat, cracking the cylinder head or block.

4. Using substandard engine oil resulting in suspension of critical lubrication mechanisms during periods of high temperature operation causing damage to bearings, piston rings and valve seats over time leading to loss of compression.
5. Defective fuel injection systems in which pressure is created to squirt fuel into the engine's combustion chambers.


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