RangeRover Sport / L494 2017 GENERAL ENGINE INFORMATION ALL ENGINES USER MANUAL 

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The TDV6 3.0L Diesel engine is a V6 configuration unit with two banks of three cylinders arranged at 60 degrees to each other. There are four valves per cylinder, which are operated by two overhead camshafts per cylinder bank.

The cylinder block is coupled with a cast oil pan to provide a lightweight, compact and very stiff bottom end. The cylinder heads are fitted with integrated intake manifold and camshaft covers. The exhaust manifolds are unique for each cylinder head. An acoustic cover is fitted over the upper engine to absorb engine-generated noise.

Depending on the market, there are two variants of the TDV6 3.0L Diesel engine:

  • Single turbocharger variant

  • Twin turbocharger variant.

The single turbocharger variant uses a Variable Geometry Turbocharger (VGT), the twin turbocharger variant uses two turbochargers. The twin turbocharger variant comprises a VGT as a primary turbocharger, and a fixed vane type as a secondary turbocharger.

A low compression ratio of 16:1 contributes to improved emissions quality, quieter combustion and compatibility with the engine’s unique forced induction system. For additional information, refer to:Intake Air Distribution and Filtering (303-12A Intake Air Distribution and Filtering – TDV6 3.0L Diesel /TDV6 3.0L Diesel – Gen 1.5/TDV6 3.0L Diesel – Gen 2, Description and Operation).

The low compression ratio also means less heat build-up in the piston bowl and more efficient fuel burn, resulting in the production of lower levels of pollutants. It also assists with cold starting allowing a faster cranking speed.

ENGINE STRUCTURE

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ITEM DESCRIPTION
1 Cylinder heads
2 Cylinder block
3 Oil pan

CYLINDER BLOCK COMPONENTS

The cylinder block is a single cast construction with a hollow beam structure. This type of construction provides outstanding strength and durability and reduces engine weight and length.

Lubrication oil is distributed through the cylinder block, via a main oil gallery and channels bored in the block, to all critical moving parts. These channels divert oil to the main and connecting rod bearings via holes machined into the crankshaft.

A tapping at the rear of the cylinder block connects a pipe to the turbochargers by means of banjo connections. Oil is supplied, under pressure via this tapping, from the oil pump to provide lubrication for the bearings of the turbochargers.

Cylinder cooling is achieved by coolant circulating through chambers in the cylinder block casting.

Two hollow dowels are used to locate the cylinder heads to the cylinder block, one on each side at the rear of the unit.

A port is included at the right and left side of the cylinder block, below each of the turbochargers, to connect the turbochargers oil return pipe to the oil pan.

Two coolant drain plugs are installed in the cylinder block. One is fitted in the rear right side, and the other is fitted in the middle of the cylinder block on the left side.

PISTON COOLING JETS

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ITEM DESCRIPTION
1 Bolt
2 Cooling jet

Jets located in the cylinder block provide piston and gudgeon pin lubrication and cooling. These jets spray oil on to the inside of the piston, the oil then flows through 2 internal wave shaped channels to help cool each piston crown.

CYLINDER NUMBERING

DIN standard cylinder numbering

NOTE:

Front of engine is at cylinder 1

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ITEM DESCRIPTION
A Engine rear

DIN standard cylinder firing order: 1,4,2,5,3,6

 

Engine Serial Number

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Engine serial number is stamped on the right side of the cylinder block.

CRANKSHAFT

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ITEM DESCRIPTION
1 Oil pump drive
2 Main bearing journal
3 Connecting rod bearing journal
4 Rear drive flange
5 Rear oil seal location
6 Reluctor ring location

The crankshaft runs in four bearings with clamped two layer bearing shells. The upper and lower shells of bearing number 4 are flanged, which limits the end float of the crankshaft. The main bearing caps are double bolted and cross bolted to increase the strength and rigidity of the engine block.

The main bearings are selective split plain bearings. An oil groove in the top half of each bearing transfers oil into the crankshaft for lubrication of the connecting rod bearings.

Crankshaft Rear Oil Seal

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ITEM DESCRIPTION
1 Crankshaft reluctor ring
2 Crankshaft rear seal retainer
3 Crankshaft rear seal
4 Bolt (10 of)

The crankshaft rear seal and retainer assembly is a one-piece unit and is supplied with its own fitting sleeve. The seal and retainer have two locating dowels, ten fixing bolts and a seal. In addition, the retainer has a location for the Crankshaft Position Sensor (CKP). For additional information, refer to:Electronic Engine Controls (303-14A Electronic Engine Controls – TDV6 3.0L Diesel /TDV6 3.0L Diesel – Gen 1.5/TDV6 3.0L Diesel – Gen 2, Description and Operation).

Crankshaft Reluctor Ring

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ITEM DESCRIPTION
1 Special tool
2 Reluctor ring
3 Crankshaft

The crankshaft reluctor ring is located on the rear of the crankshaft. It is pressed onto the crankshaft using a special tool, which also precisely aligns the reluctor ring for crankshaft position and timing.

The crankshaft reluctor ring consists of 60 magnets minus 2 for Powertrain Control Module (PCM) crankshaft position reference and synchronization. The magnets cannot be seen on the reluctor ring, which therefore can only be positioned using the special tool.

If the reluctor ring is removed for any reason, then a new reluctor ring must be fitted.

Crankshaft Pulley/Mass Damper

The crankshaft pulley/mass damper is bolted to the front of the crankshaft to provide the drive for the engine accessory components. For additional information, refer to:Accessory Drive (303-05A Accessory Drive – TDV6 3.0L Diesel /TDV6 3.0L Diesel – Gen 1.5/TDV6 3.0L Diesel – Gen 2, Description and Operation).

OIL PAN COMPONENTS

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ITEM DESCRIPTION
1 Oil scavenge reservoir
2 Oil level and temperature sensor
3 Oil pick-up pipe
4 Oil level and temperature sensor connector

The structural oil pan is fitted to the lower cylinder block to stiffen the base structure of the engine, helping to reduce Noise,Vibration and Harshness (NVH). The oil pan also incorporates an oil baffle plate to reduce oil foaming and splash.

The oil pan is secured to the cylinder block with two dowels, two locator pins for the gasket and 18 retaining bolts.

Three different lengths of bolts are used:

  • M8 x 20 (9 of).
  • M8 x 75 (1 of).
  • M6 x 105 (8 of).

A gasket seals the joint between the oil pan and the cylinder block.

An oil pick-up pipe with integral strainer locates in the oil pan to provide oil to the crankshaft driven oil pump.

An oil level and temperature sensor provides an electronic indication of the oil level. This removes the requirement for the mechanical dipstick. An advantage in comparison with the static ‘dipstick’ method is that all marginal influences, for example vehicle being on a slope, lateral and longitudinal acceleration, are compensated for by averaging.

The values determined can be used to signal that the minimum oil level has been reached or to display the current oil level if required.

The sensor is mounted inside the oil pan where it sends an ultrasonic pulse vertically upward, it then measures the time for the pulse to be reflected back from the top surface of the oil.

PISTON AND CONNECTING ROD ASSEMBLY

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ITEM DESCRIPTION
1 Circlip
2 Piston
3 Gudgeon pin
4 Circlip
5 Connecting rod identification
6 Connecting rod bolts (2 of)
7 Connecting rod bearings (2 of)
8 Connecting rod

The connecting rods have fracture-split bearing caps. The bearing caps are produced by fracturing the opposing sides of the connecting rod at the bearing horizontal center-line. As well as being easier to manufacture, when reassembled the fractured surfaces interlock to form a strong seamless joint. The cylinder position is etched on adjoining sides of the joint to identify matching connecting rods and bearing caps. The connecting rod bearings are selective split plain bearings. The connecting rod bearing is ‘bismuth coated tri-metal’, which is a manufacturing process that layers the bearing material to produce a higher load capacity for improved durability.

NOTE:

The connecting rods are not selective.

Piston And Connecting Rod Orientation

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ITEM DESCRIPTION
1 Piston and connecting rod assembly, cylinders 4-6
2 Piston and connecting rod assembly, cylinders 1-3
3 Connecting rod bearing cap (6 of)
4 Bolts (12 of)
5 Connecting rod lower bearing (6 of)

When installing a connecting rod, ensure the back of the connecting rod faces the center of the ‘vee’.

The pistons are fitted with three rings. The piston crown incorporates a pronounced bowl. This forms the combustion chamber, which promotes swirl and turbulence necessary for good combustion and improved emissions. In addition, the piston skirt has a molybdenum-coated surface, which counteracts scoring of the cylinder bore and piston.

The piston also incorporates a double wave gallery within the piston crown to enhance piston cooling. The pistons are supplied oil by means of spray jets located in the cylinder block oil gallery. These jets ensure optimum piston cooling to counteract the high temperatures generated by the combustion process.

Each piston is installed on a gudgeon pin located in a bushing in the connecting rod.

PISTON RINGS ORIENTATION

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ITEM DESCRIPTION
1 Ring gap – Oil control ring
2 Ring gap – Upper compression ring
3 Spiral joint – Oil control ring
4 Upper compression ring
5 Lower compression ring
6 Oil control ring
7 Ring gap – Lower compression ring

When installing pistons ensure the arrows on the piston crowns all point to the front of the engine. All pistons are common single grade/single part number for all engines.

The piston top ring is a taper type and is fitted with the taper to the top of the piston. All rings marked ‘top’ are assembled with ‘top’ uppermost. All rings must be spaced evenly around the piston before installing. The circumference gap of the double beveled oil control ring must be opposite the spiral control joint.

CAMSHAFT TIMING COMPONENTS – PRIMARY DRIVE

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ITEM DESCRIPTION
1 Bolt
2 Bolt (3 off)
3 Right camshaft timing pulley
4 Camshaft hub
5 Exhaust camshaft – Bank 1
6 Secondary timing chain tensioner – Bank 1
7 Secondary timing chain – Bank 1
8 Intake camshaft – Bank 1
9 Intake camshaft – Bank 2
10 Exhaust camshaft – Bank 2
11 Secondary timing chain tensioner – Bank 2
12 Secondary timing chain – Bank 2
13 Camshaft hub
14 Left camshaft timing pulley
15 Bolt (3 of)
16 Bolt
17 Bolt
18 Crankshaft drive gear
19 Bolt
20 Timing belt
21 Timing belt tensioner
22 Bolt
23 Bolt
24 Idler pulley
25 Idler pulley

Primary drive is provided by a toothed timing belt from the crankshaft to the exhaust camshaft gears of each cylinder bank via two idler pulleys and a tensioner.

Timing belt adjustment is carried out by the eccentric type tensioner mounted on the right front face of the cylinder block.

The primary drive cover is secured to the front of the cylinder block, cylinder heads, intake manifolds and oil pump housing. The cover is sealed with a gasket. A bridge piece closes the back of the cover in between the cylinder heads.

CAMSHAFT TIMING COMPONENTS – SECONDARY DRIVE

NOTE:

Bank 1 cylinder head installation shown, Bank 2 is similar.

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ITEM DESCRIPTION
1 Tensioner firing pin
2 Secondary timing chain
3 Bolt (2 of)
4 Intake camshaft
5 Exhaust camshaft
6 Timing chain tensioner

Secondary drive is provided by two short secondary timing chains, which transfer drive from the exhaust camshaft sprockets to the intake camshaft sprockets. The secondary drives are located at the rear of the Bank 1 cylinder head and the front of the Bank 2 cylinder head. This allows for a much shorter and simpler run for the timing belt at the front of the engine.

Each secondary timing chain is tensioned via an automatic chain tensioner, which acts directly on the chains via a guide rail. The tensioners are located between the exhaust and intake camshafts at the front or rear of the cylinder head, depending on the cylinder bank.

The tensioner firing pin holds the automatic chain tensioner in a compressed state to aid installation.

CYLINDER HEAD COMPONENTS

NOTE:

Bank 2 cylinder head shown, Bank 1 cylinder head is similar.

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ITEM DESCRIPTION
1 Bolt (4 of)
2 Front lifting eye
3 Rear lifting eye
4 Bolt (4 of)
5 Camshaft cover stud (6 of)
6 Camshaft cover bolt (7 of)
7 Intake manifold camshaft cover assembly
8 Gasket
9 Cylinder head
10 Plug (coolant)
11 Plug (oil port)
12 Camshaft bearing cap (7 of)
13 Bolts (18 of)
14 Camshaft bearing cap and seal housing (2 of)
15 Intake camshaft
16 Seal
17 Cylinder head bolts (8 of)
18 Exhaust camshaft
19 Secondary timing chain
20 Seal
21 Cylinder head gasket
22 Plug (oil port)
23 Plug (coolant)
24 Plug (oil port)

Cylinder Heads

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ITEM DESCRIPTION
1 Blanking plug – coolant (2 of)
2 Cylinder head bolt (8 of)
3 Exhaust manifold stud (6 of)
4 Cylinder head dowel
5 Cylinder head dowel

The cylinder heads are unique to each cylinder bank. Eight deep-seated bolts help reduce distortion and secure each cylinder head to the cylinder block. The cylinder head bolts are located beneath the camshafts, four under the intake camshaft and four under the exhaust camshaft. Two hollow dowels align each cylinder head with the cylinder block.

NOTE:

The cylinder heads cannot be reworked.

The cylinder head gasket is available in five different thicknesses. The choice of gasket thickness is dependent on the maximum piston protrusion. Gasket thickness is identified by serrations cut into the front end of the gasket. For additional information, refer to:Engine (303-01A Engine – TDV6 3.0L Diesel /TDV6 3.0L Diesel – Gen 1.5/TDV6 3.0L Diesel – Gen 2, Description and Operation).

The cylinder head has four ports machined at each cylinder location, two exhaust ports and two intake ports. One of the intake ports is helical and functions as a swirl port, the other is arranged laterally as a tangential port and functions as a charge port.

The camshafts are of a hollow tube construction, with pressed on lobes. Each camshaft is retained by caps, five for the exhaust camshafts and four for the intake camshafts. Location letters, A to I for the intake camshaft and R to Z for the exhaust camshaft, are marked on the outer faces of the caps for each cylinder head.

High Pressure (HP) Fuel Pump Drive

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ITEM DESCRIPTION
1 Bolt
2 Camshaft gear
3 Toothed belt
4 Left cylinder head exhaust camshaft
5 High Pressure (HP) fuel pump
6 High Pressure (HP) fuel pump gear
7 Nut
8 Bolt
9 Tensioner
10 Bolts

 

The left cylinder bank exhaust camshaft is machined to accept a rear camshaft gear. The rear camshaft gear provides drive for the High Pressure (HP) fuel pump.

The HP fuel pump drive incorporates the following main components:

  • Camshaft gear
  • HP fuel pump gear
  • Toothed belt
  • Tensioner.

For additional information, refer to:Fuel Charging and Controls (303-04A Fuel Charging and Controls – TDV6 3.0L Diesel /TDV6 3.0L Diesel – Gen 1.5/TDV6 3.0L Diesel – Gen 2, Description and Operation).

The exhaust camshaft gear of the Bank 2 cylinder head also incorporates a reluctor ring, which is used in conjunction with the Camshaft Position Sensor (CMP) to measure engine position. For additional information, refer to:Electronic Engine Controls (303-14A Electronic Engine Controls – TDV6 3.0L Diesel /TDV6 3.0L Diesel – Gen 1.5/TDV6 3.0L Diesel – Gen 2, Description and Operation).

The Bank 1 cylinder head exhaust camshaft is machined at the rear end to provide a drive connection for the vacuum and oil scavenge pump.

The fuel injection nozzles are centrally mounted above each cylinder. For additional information, refer to:Fuel Charging and Controls (303-04A Fuel Charging and Controls – TDV6 3.0L Diesel /TDV6 3.0L Diesel – Gen 1.5/TDV6 3.0L Diesel – Gen 2, Description and Operation).

The glow plugs are arranged centrally on the intake side of the cylinder heads, between the two intake ports of each cylinder. For additional information, refer to:Glow Plug System (303-07C Glow Plug System – TDV6 3.0L Diesel /TDV6 3.0L Diesel – Gen 1.5/TDV6 3.0L Diesel – Gen 2, Description and Operation).

The engine lifting eyes are bolted to the cylinder head, one at the front and two at the rear of the engine, one per cylinder head.

 

Camshaft Covers

NOTE:

Bank 1 installation shown, Bank 2 is similar.

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ITEM DESCRIPTION
1 Camshaft cover stud (8 of)
2 Camshaft cover – intake manifold assembly
3 Oil filler cap
4 Camshaft cover bolt (5 of)

The Bank 1 camshaft cover incorporates an outlet for the full load engine breather and the engine oil filler cap. The Bank 2 camshaft cover incorporates an outlet for the part load engine breather. For additional information, refer to:Engine Emission Control (303-08A Engine Emission Control – TDV6 3.0L Diesel /TDV6 3.0L Diesel – Gen 1.5/TDV6 3.0L Diesel – Gen 2, Description and Operation).

In-groove gaskets seal the joints between the camshaft covers and the cylinder heads. Together with spacers and seals on the camshaft cover fasteners, the gaskets are isolate the covers from direct contact with the cylinder heads, to reduce noise.

 

Intake And Exhaust Valves

NOTE:

Bank 1 installation shown, Bank 2 is similar.

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ITEM DESCRIPTION
1 Valve spring collet – 24 of (12 per cylinder head)
2 Valve spring retainer – 24 of (12 per cylinder head)
3 Valve spring – 24 of (12 per cylinder head)
4 Valve stem seal – 24 of (12 per cylinder head)
5 Exhaust valve – 12 of (6 per cylinder head)
6 Intake valve – 12 of (6 per cylinder head)

Each cylinder head incorporates two overhead camshafts operating four valves per cylinder via rocker arms with hydraulic valve tappets.

Rocker Arms And Hydraulic Valve Tappets

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ITEM DESCRIPTION
1 Hydraulic valve tappet – 24 of (12 per cylinder head)
2 Rocker arm – 24 of (12 per cylinder head)

The lightweight valve gear provides good economy and noise levels. Valve head diameters are 31 mm (1.220 in) for the exhaust and 35 mm (1.378 in) for the intake. All valves have 5 mm (0.197 in) diameter stems supported in seats and guide inserts. Valve spring collets, collars seats locate single valve springs on both intake and exhaust valves. Valve stem seals are integrated into the valve spring seats.

VACUUM AND OIL SCAVENGE PUMP

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ITEM DESCRIPTION
1 Vacuum pipe connections
2 Torx bolt (2 of)
3 Nut
4 Bracket (emission hose)
5 Stud

The vacuum and oil scavenge pump is located at the rear of the Bank 1 cylinder head and driven from the exhaust camshaft. The pump provides the vacuum used by the Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR), turbocharger and brake booster systems, and scavenges oil from the turbochargers.

EXHAUST MANIFOLDS

NOTE:

Left exhaust manifold is shown, right exhaust manifold is similar.

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ITEM DESCRIPTION
1 Cylinder head
2 Connecting pipe
3 Bolt (3 of)
4 Nut (3 of)
5 Exhaust manifold
6 Turbocharger (primary turbocharger shown)
7 Manifold rear heat shield
8 Bolt
9 Bolt (2 of)
10 Manifold heat shield
11 Gasket

The exhaust manifolds are cast from an iron alloy with a high nickel content giving excellent heat and corrosion resistance properties. They are sealed to the cylinder head by means of a steel gasket. Sacrificial plastic sleeves are used to align the manifolds. These sleeves must be changed when refitting the manifolds. Spacers on the securing bolts allow the manifolds to expand and retract with changes of temperature while maintaining the clamping loads.

The Bank 1 exhaust manifold has a connection for the High Pressure (HP) Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR) valve.

On single turbocharger variant vehicles the Variable Geometry Turbocharger (VGT) is attached to the left exhaust manifold and secured to three studs on a flange on the manifold with nuts. On production, no gasket is used to seal the joint surface between the VGT and the manifold. In-service vehicles will require a service gasket to be fitted if the joint surface is disturbed.

On twin turbocharger variant vehicles the secondary turbocharger is attached to the right exhaust manifold and secured to three studs on a flange on the manifold with nuts. On production, no gasket is used to seal the joint surface between the secondary turbocharger and the manifold. In-service vehicles will require a service gasket to be fitted if the joint surface is disturbed.

LUBRICATION SYSTEM

NOTE:

Twin turbocharger variant shown, single turbocharger variant is similar.

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ITEM DESCRIPTION
1 Intake camshaft
2 Exhaust camshaft
3 Turbocharger oil supply
4 Primary turbocharger
5 Crankshaft and connecting rods
6 Oil level and temperature sensor
7 Oil pan
8 Oil pump
9 Oil cooler and filter assembly
10 Piston cooling jets
11 Secondary turbocharger

Oil is drawn from the oil pan and pressurized by the oil pump. The output from the oil pump is then filtered and distributed through internal oil passageways.

All moving parts are lubricated by pressure or splash oil. Pressurized oil is also provided for operation of the hydraulic valve tappets and the timing gear chain tensioners.

 

Oil Cooler And Filter Assembly

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ITEM DESCRIPTION
1 Filter housing
2 O-ring seal
3 Filter element
4 Retaining bolt (6 of)
5 Coolant outlet connection
6 Oil cooler assembly

The engine is lubricated by a force-feed oil circulation system with a full flow oil filter. The oil cooler forms a unit with the oil filter, which is mounted centrally in the middle of the cylinder block between the two banks of cylinders. The engine oil is cooled using the engine cooling system. For additional information, refer to:Engine Cooling (303-03A Engine Cooling – TDV6 3.0L Diesel /TDV6 3.0L Diesel – Gen 1.5/TDV6 3.0L Diesel – Gen 2, Description and Operation).

Oil returns to the oil pan under gravity. Large drain holes through the cylinder heads and cylinder block ensure the quick return of the oil, reducing the volume of oil required and enabling an accurate check of the contents soon after the engine stops.

System replenishment is through the oil filler cap on the right camshaft cover.

The oil pick-up is immersed in the oil reservoir to provide a supply to the oil pump during all normal vehicle attitudes. A mesh screen in the intake prevents debris from entering the oil system.

 

Oil Pump

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The oil pump is a G-rotor two stage pressure pump with solenoid control to switch between low and high pressure modes depending on engine speed and load to optimize fuel economy.

It is bolted to the front of the cylinder block. It is sealed by means of a gasket, which is recessed into the oil pump housing. The pump intake and outlet ports align with oil passages in the cylinder block.

The pumping element is an eccentric rotor, which is directly driven by flats on the crankshaft. An integral pressure relief valve regulates pump outlet pressure at 4.5 bar (65.25 lb/in²).

The front crankshaft oil seal is housed in the oil pump casing and is fitted such that its front face is 1 mm (0.04 in) under flush with the machined front face of the oil pump.

NOTE:

The seal is not to be pushed all the way into the bore as this will block the seal drains.

 

Oil Pan

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ITEM DESCRIPTION
1 Primary turbocharger
2 Turbocharger oil feed pipes
3 Vacuum and oil scavenge pump
4 Oil scavenge pipe
5 Oil extraction tube
6 Secondary turbocharger – If equipped
7 Secondary turbocharger oil return tube – If equipped
8 Drain plug
9 Secondary reservoir
10 Primary turbocharger oil return tube

Due to the wide range of inclines Land Rover vehicles operate across, the geometry of the oil pan has been configured to guarantee oil pick-up across all operating angles. An oil scavenge system has been developed to guarantee excellent oil flow through the turbochargers on severe side-slopes. At extreme angles there is a risk the turbochargers may be below the oil level in the oil pan, restricting oil return flow.

 

To overcome this, the engine uses:

  • The oil pump to supply oil to the turbocharger bearings from the main reservoir of the oil pan.
  • A secondary reservoir in the oil pan, sealed off from the main reservoir, to receive oil from the turbocharger bearings.
  • The vacuum and oil scavenge pump to assist the oil flow from the turbocharger bearings by scavenging oil from the secondary reservoir into the right camshaft cover.

For service, a drain plug and an oil extraction tube are installed to drain the main body of the oil pan.

OIL LEVEL CHECK

The engine oil level can be displayed in the message center on the Instrument Cluster (IC).

For accuracy, oil level checks should be performed with the vehicle on level ground when the oil is hot. The vehicle needs to stand for approximately 10 minutes, after the engine is switched off, to allow the oil to drain back into the sump and the oil level to stabilize. The oil level system will not give a reading until the oil level has stabilized.

The method of checking the oil level can be found in the oil draining and filling procedures.

For additional information, refer to:(303-01A Engine – TDV6 3.0L Diesel /TDV6 3.0L Diesel – Gen 1.5/TDV6 3.0L Diesel – Gen 2)

 

Operation of the engine is controlled by the Powertrain Contol Module (PCM).For additional information, refer to:Electronic Engine Controls (303-14A Electronic Engine Controls – TDV6 3.0L Diesel /TDV6 3.0L Diesel – Gen 1.5/TDV6 3.0L Diesel – Gen 2, Description and Operation).

Engine Data – Low Flow Fuel Injection System





ENGINE DESCRIPTION ENGINE CAPACITY MAXIMUM ENGINE TORQUE (EEC) (SAE) MAXIMUM ENGINE POWER (EEC) (SAE) COMPRESSION RATIO BORE STROKE
60° “Vee” • 6 Cylinder • 24 Valves 2993 ccm 600 Nm at 2000 RPM 190 kW at 4000 RPM 16.1:1 ± 0.5 84 90

Engine Data – Standard Flow Fuel Injection System





ENGINE DESCRIPTION ENGINE CAPACITY MAXIMUM ENGINE TORQUE (EEC) (SAE) MAXIMUM ENGINE POWER (EEC) (SAE) COMPRESSION RATIO BORE STROKE
60° “Vee” • 6 Cylinder • 24 Valves 2993 ccm 600 Nm at 2000 RPM 223 kW at 4000 RPM 16.1:1 ± 0.5 84 90

Engine Firing Order

Glow Plug





SPECIFICATION
9X2Q-6M090-AC

Lubricants, Fluids, Sealers and Adhesives









DESCRIPTION SPECIFICATION
Engine oil – Vehicles with diesel particulate filter SAE 5W30 STJLR.03.5005
Engine oil – Vehicles without diesel particulate filter SAE 5W30 STJLR.03.5003
Sealant WSE–M4G323–A5
Core plug and stub pipe retainer WSK-M2G349-A7
Cooling system fluid Havoline Extended Life Coolant (XLC)

Capacities






DESCRIPTION LITERS
Engine oil initial fill 6.75
Engine oil service fill with oil filter change 5.9

Cylinder Head and Valve Train




























ITEM SPECIFICATION
Valve guide inner diameter (mm) 5.980 ± 0.010
Intake valve effective length (mm) (tip to gauge line) 94.99mm +/- 0.15
Exhaust valve effective length (mm) (tip to gauge line) 94.45mm +/-0.15
Valve stem to guide clearance intake diametrical (mm) 0.027 – 0.063
Valve stem to guide clearance exhaust diametrical (mm) 0.037 – 0.073
Valve head diameter intake (mm) 27.8mm +/-0.1
Valve head diameter exhaust (mm) 25.2mm +/-0.1
Intake valve face angle (degrees) 44 deg 52 min +/-7min30sec
Exhaust valve face angle (degrees) 44 deg 52 min +/-7min30sec
Valve stem diameter intake (mm) 5.935±0.008
Valve stem diameter exhaust (mm) 5.925±0.008
Valve spring free length (mm) – inlet 38.9mm
Valve spring free length (mm) – exhaust 38.9mm
Valve spring installed height (mm) – inlet 31.22mm
Valve spring installed height (mm) – exhaust 31.22mm
Camshaft lobe max lift intake (mm) 3.75187mm
Camshaft lobe max lift exhaust (mm) 3.80999mm
Camshaft journal to cylinder head bearing surface clearance diametrical (mm) 0.040-0.090
Camshaft journal diameter – all positions 26.015±0.015
Bearing diameter – all positions 25.950±0.010
Camshaft journal maximum run out limit (mm) 0.030mm
Camshaft journal maximum out of round (mm) – all journals 0.010mm
Cylinder head maximum permitted warp (mm) flatness specification 0.2mm (0.008 in)
Cylinder block maximumpermitted warp (flatness specification) 0.2mm (0.008 in)

Cylinder Head Gasket








IDENTIFICATION GASKET THICKNESS (MM) PISTON PROTRUSION (MM)
2 1.17 0.552 – 0.603
3 1.22 0.604 – 0.655
4 1.27 0.656 – 0.707
5 1.32 0.708 – 0.760

Torque Specification

NOTE:

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DESCRIPTION NM LB-FT LB-IN
Piston cooling nozzle 10 7
Engine coolant drain plug 18 13
Cylinder head retaining bolts A
Oil filter housing retaining bolts 10 7
Fuel injection pump cradle retaining bolts 23 17
Fuel injection pump to cradle retaining bolts 23 17
Fuel injection pump bracket to cradle retaining bolts 10 7
Fuel injection pump to bracket retaining bolts 10 7
Oil pump retaining bolts 10 7
Crankshaft rear oil seal housing retaining bolts 10 7
Oil pan retaining bolts M6 10 7
Oil pan retaining bolts M8 23 17
Oil pump pick up pipe retaining bolts 10 7
Engine oil level sensor retaining nuts 10 7
Crankshaft timing belt pulley retaining bolt A
Crankshaft position sensor (CKP) retaining bolt 5 44
Timing chain tensioner retaining bolts 10 7
Camshaft bearing cap retaining bolts A
Timing belt idler pulley retaining bolt 45 33
Fuel injection pump belt rear cover retaining bolts 10 7
Fuel injection pump sprocket retaining nut 50 37
Coolant outlet pipe retaining bolts 10 7
Coolant pump retaining bolts 10 7
Timing belt tensioner retaining bolt 26 19
Engine lifting eye bolts 23 17
Camshaft rear end accessory drive (READ) pulley hub retaining bolt Stage 1 – 80 Stage 2 – 80 degrees Stage 1 – 59 Stage 2 – 80 degrees
Camshaft front timing pulley hub retaining bolt 80 + 80° 59 + 80 °
Camshaft READ pulley retaining bolt 23 17
Camshaft front timing pulley retaining bolt 23 17
Fuel injection pump timing belt tensioner bolt 23 17
Camshaft position sensor (CMP) retaining bolt 10 7
Intake manifold / camshaft cover retaining bolts 10 7
Brake vacuum pump retaining bolts 23 17
Engine oil pressure (EOP) switch 14 10
Glow plug 11 8
Fuel rail retaining bolts 23 17
Fuel rail bracket retaining bolts 23 17
Fuel injector retaining bolts A
High pressure fuel line union nuts A
High pressure fuel line bracket retaining bolts 9 80
Turbocharger assembly to exhaust manifold retaining nuts 24 18
Exhaust manifold to cylinder head retaining nuts A
Exhaust manifold heatshield retaining bolts 11 8
Turbocharger heatshield retaining bolts 11 8
Exhaust gas recirculation (EGR) valve retaining bolts M6 10 7
Accessory drive belt idler pulley bracket retaining bolts 83 61
Timing belt covers retaining bolts 10 7
Engine mount bracket to engine retaining bolts 115 85
Engine mount bracket to engine mounting 130 96
Engine mounting to subframe bolts. A
Exhaust cross over pipe retaining nuts 24 18
Engine coolant inlet pipe retaining bolts 10 7
Coolant pump pulley retaining bolts 25 18
Crankshaft pulley/vibration damper retaining bolts 25 18
Throttle body retaining threaded stud 10 7
Wiring harness retaining nuts 10 7
Vacuum hose assembly retaining bolts 10 7
Drive plate retaining bolts A
Accessory drive component bracket retaining bolts 23 17
Generator retaining bolts 47 35
Accessory drive belt tensioner retaining bolt 47 35
Accessory drive belt idler pulley retaining bolt 47 35
Air conditioning compressor bracket retaining bolts 23 17
Air conditioning compressor retaining bolts 23 17
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