Technical Specs

 

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Engine Information

Cupra 280 with Stage 3 Revo upgrade

 

Code – CJXA

Output – 206/5700…6200

Torque – 380/1750…5600

Bore – 82.5 mm

Stroke – 92.8 mm

Compression – 9.3:1

ROZ – 98

Injection System/ignition system – FSI/MPI

Exhaust gas re-circulation – No

Exhaust gases temperature Regulation – No

Air charge – Turbo-charger

Knock control – yes

Intercooler system – yes

Lambda Control – yes

Variable valve timing (camshaft adjustment) – yes

Intake manifold change over – yes

Secondary air system – no

Valves per cylinder – 4

Firing order 1-3-4-2

Cylinder shut off – no

 

 

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EVAP (Evaporative Emission Control System) – Purge Valve, read the link for full details of what the EVAP system is there for.

Part Number 06H906517T

Purge Valve

Using OBD11 Select Output test and then

EVAP Canister Purge Regulator Valve

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The output test will now show you the default settings, Time of running test is by default set to without time limit, Select it and change to required length.

In this example it has been set to 23 seconds, press the green tick and the test will start. Note engine must be off and ignition on.

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Screen shows status as Active and green line at bottom showing its started. You will hear a clicking sound and if you put your finger on the valve you can feel it working.

When the testing has finished status will change to ended

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It is not possible to run this test with the engine on if you try you will get a message telling you (22) Function cancelled, marginal conditions have not been met.

 

Oil Systems:

 

Please note the modified engine (Sump Upgrade) this car needs 7-1/2 Litres of oil, Which is changed every 3,000 miles

 

Car Size

280 SC (3 Door)   280 5 door

                            280 sc                                                                                    280 5 Door

                                                280 Estate (ST For Station Wagon i am guessing)     

                                                                                                           280 ST

 

 

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Wheels:

 

 

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Rim Size 19”

Offset – 50

Rim Width – 8J

Stud patter 5x112

 

Tyres:

235/35/19 91Y

 

Fuel

Engine Code – CJXA, Emission standards EU6, Engine Capacity Litres 2.0l, Engine Output KW – 206, Ron 98

 

 

DSG Gear Box

 

OBD11 Live data parameters here

 

Vehicles equipped with DSG gearbox (6-speed OD9) INCORPORATE THE “Inertia mode”. The purpose of this new function is to

Reduce engine consumption and increase the vehicle’s efficiency in the deceleration phase.

The “Inertia mode” is automatically activated under certain conditions. When it comes into action the gearbox disengages the

Clutches allowing the vehicle to free-wheel. While the car is moving the engine is idling.

 

When the function is active, “E” is displayed on the instrument panel instead of the gear selected. The “Inertia mode” is activated when

The following conditions comply simultaneously:

-      Shift lever set in position D

-      Eco driving profile activated

-      Driving speed higher than 20km/hr

-      Driving on a ramp/hill of less than 8%

-      Accelerator pedal at rest.

When the function is activated the indication is displayed on the instrument panle.

To interrupt the “Inertial mode” when it is active all that needs to be done is:

-      Activate brake pedal

-      Or, one of the activation conditions not being complied with

While the “Inertia mode” is active the gearbox control unit analises the vehicle’s driving speed and selects the

Appropriate speed accordingly to permit a comfortable engaging of the clutch when required.

 

Capacities – DSG

 

Filling quantity

DCG Box 0D9 – DQ250

Initial filling in factory

6.9…7.2 Litre

Depending on vehicle and date of

Gearbox construction

Change quantity

About 5.2 Litre

Change quantity only mechatronic unit removal and installation (Gearbox installed)

3 – 4 Litres

Lubricant

DSG transmission oil

 

 

 

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Clutch setup

 

Manual gearbox clutch setup

 

 

 

Front Differential Lock

 

Front Axle

 

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Occupant Protection

 

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Water Bottle setup for cars with front light water cleaner

 

If you don’t have light washers on your car then you will not have the extension bottle on the top however a number of people do complain about the amount

Of water the light cleaning uses and I have added some info in the OBD11 Page on how to adjust the output to reduce water usage.

 

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Electronic Dampers

 

 

 

 

LED LIGHTS

 

Driving abroad
The light beam of the dipped beam lights is asymmetric: the side of the road on which you are driving is lit more intensely.
When a car that is manufactured in a country that drives on the right travels to a country that drives on the left (or vice versa), it is normally necessary to cover part of the headlight bulbs with stickers or to change the adjustment of the headlights to avoid dazzling other drivers. In such cases, the regulations specify certain light values that must be complied with for designated points of the light distribution. This is known as “Tourist light”.

The light distribution that the halogen and full-LED headlights of the SEAT Leon range have allows the specific “tourist light” values to be met without the need for stickers or changes in the settings.

Note “Tourist light” is only allowed temporarily. If you are planning a long stay in a country that drives on the other side, you should take the vehicle to an Authorised Technical Service to change the headlights.

 

 

 

Dashboard

 

This bit of hardware is attached to Control Unit 17 and under live data there is a value called Vehicle configuration.

This live data will show you a number of features you car has and confirms if the coding is set up correctly.

 

Example of the output (screen carries on down)

 

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Optional Extra’s from the Dealer

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