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    VR6 Engine Data

    The 2.8-liter injection engine Volkswagen AAA 2.8 VR6 was produced from 1991 to 1998 and was installed on charged versions of such models as Golf, Jetta, Passat or Sharan. This motor is considered the ancestor of the company's VR-shaped powertrain family.

    VW VR6 Engine Specs

    Exact volume 2792 cm³
    Supply system Motronic M2.9
    Internal combustion engine power 174 h.p.
    Torque 235 Nm
    Cylinder block cast iron VR6
    Block head aluminum 12v
    Cylinder diameter 81 mm
    Piston stroke 90.3 mm
    Compression ratio ten
    Features of the internal combustion engine No
    Hydraulic compensators Yes
    Timing drive chain
    Phase regulator No
    Turbocharging No
    What kind of oil to pour 5.5 liters 5W-30
    Fuel type AI-92
    Environmental class EURO 2
    Approximate resource 280,000 km


    Using the example of a 1996 Volkswagen Sharan with a manual transmission:
    Town 16.6 liters
    Track 8.9 liters
    Mixed 11.7 liters

    Common VR6 Engine Problems

    • Most often, car owners with such a unit complain about high fuel consumption
    • In the second place in popularity is the oil burner, which also grows with use.
    • This is followed by a short-lived and also difficult and expensive to replace a timing chain
    • Small problems include frequent failures of sensors and ignition distributor
    • Also, these engines are famous for regular oil and coolant leaks.

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