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Hyundai D4BB Diesel Engine Specs

Specification Details
Fuel Type Diesel
Displacement 2.6 L (2607 cc)
Valvetrain OHV
No. of valves 8
Power Output in KW 57 KW
Torque Output 167 Nm
Bore x Stroke 91.1 mm x 100 mm
Compression Ratio 22.0:1

Hyundai D4BB Diesel Engine FAQ

The 2.6-liter power unit is widely distributed in the Asian market. It is used not only in the automotive industry. Hyundai D4BB is a naturally aspirated diesel engine producing 85 hp. With. Installed on the 1st generation Hyundai Porter and other models.

Engine Description

The in-line diesel "four" with its large engine capacity develops only 78-85 hp. With. This is explained by the tasks of the engine, which is designed exclusively for trucks, pickups and buses - equipment that works for a long time and “in the wreck”. The pistons of the motor on such units travel a greater distance in the cylinders in each cycle, and therefore the speed of the installation is lower. So, the maximum torque of this internal combustion engine is 168 Nm at 2200 rpm. The engine capacity is really large for a 4-cylinder in-line aspirated - 2607 cc. see More technical possibilities of the motor unit in the table below.
Factory marking D4BB
Fuel used Diesel fuel
Engine power 57 kW / 78 hp
Maximum power, hp (kW) at rpm 83 (61) / 4000
Maximum torque, N * m (kg * m) at rpm. 168 (17) / 2200
Engine volume 2607 cu. cm.
Number of cylinders 4 pieces
Number of valves 8 pieces
Engine manufacturer Hyundai
Compression ratio 21 to 1
Cylinder diameter 91.1 mm
piston stroke 100 mm
Root supports 5 items
Working volume of the combustion chamber 31.04 cu. cm.
cylinder head SOHC/OHC
timing Toothed belt
Cooling water cooled
Power index 30 HP per 1 liter (1000 cc) volume
What cars did you install it on? Hyundai GALLOPER II (JK-01) 1998-2003; Hyundai H-1 / STAREX 1997-2004; Hyundai H100 Flatbed/Chassis 1996-1997; Hyundai H100 pickup 1996-1997; Hyundai H100 van 1993-1998; Hyundai HD LIGHT 2006-present; Hyundai PORTER pickup 1994-2004; Hyundai PORTER van 1994-2004

Repair Hyundai D4BB

Many South african car owners with this engine, pushing around in search of a quality contractor, decide to repair. And indeed, it will cost less, and there is not much difficult to restore the aspirated. In the process of normal refinement of a supported internal combustion engine, you will have to order a new crankshaft, liners, gaskets. It is also advisable to change the pump, which begins to blow snot over time. You can not touch the head, if there is no reason. The piston group also withstands a fairly long resource. But the valve stem seals are recommended to be changed as often as possible so that there is no oil burning.
On timing, too, nothing special needs to be done. If the inscriptions on the belts have not yet been erased, there are no problems with the operation of the engine, it is better not to touch the rollers and other drive elements yet.
Of the tools, a torque wrench can be of good use. It is, however, expensive, but it can provide valuable information. Before disassembly, the engine, box and the entire engine compartment must be thoroughly washed from oil. The analysis of the power plant should be done carefully, without haste, with a book, so as not to make mistakes. The effect of the repair carried out will be noticeable by the following signs: the engine will start easily, it will run relatively quieter, without vibrations at idle, without knocking and stopping during start-up.


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