XDi: SsangYong diesel engines with Common Rail direct fuel injection system

XDi: SsangYong diesel engines with Common Rail direct fuel injection system

XDi a series of turbocharged diesel engines equipped with the Common Rail fuel injection system. These engines are installed on SsangYong cars. They first appeared in 2004. They have 4 or 5 cylinders arranged in line. Largely they are licensed copies of Mercedes-Benz engines, although some are a proprietary development of the SsangYong Motor company.

Popular XDi engines

Code Engine capacity, l Number of cylinders Number of valves Max. output, hp Max. torque, Nm Production start Models equipped with this type of engine
D27DT  2.7 5 20 161–176 340–357 2004 Rexton/Rexton II; Kyron; Rodius I and II.
D20DT 2.0 4 16 141–142 310–360 2006 Actyon I and II; Actyon Sports I and II; Kyron.
D22DTR 2.2 4 16 178 400 2015 Rodius II; Korando III.
D20DTF 2.0 4 16 149–175 360 2010 Actyon II; Korando III
D20DTR 2.0 4 16 148–155 360 2012 Korando Turismo; Rexton I and II; Stavic.

Common malfunctions of XDi  engines

Malfunctions  Engines
The high-pressure fuel pump becomes unusable due to its sensitivity to fuel quality. D27DT.
The fuel injectors get clogged fast. D27DT.  
The EGR valve builds up carbon deposits quickly. D27DT.
The valves controlling boost pressure and exhaust gas recirculation  break down prematurely. D20DT.
The timing chain hydraulic tensioner breaks down often. D20DT.

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