Skoda Kodiaq Workshop Manual. EWD & DTC

Skoda Kodiaq 2017 - 2023 Service and Repair Manual, color wiring diagrams, engine and transmission diagnostics, error codes list DTC, fuse box diagram. The manual can be downloaded in PDF format for free.

  • Skoda Kodiaq (NS7) 2017 -
  • Skoda Kodiaq (NV7) 2018 -
  • Skoda Kodiaq (0Z7) 2017 -

1.4 l TSI 92 kW - CZCA

1.4 l TSI 110 kW - CZEA (with cylinder deactivation system - ACT)

1.4 l TSI 110 kW - CZDA (without cylinder deactivation system - ACT)

2.0l TSI 132 kW - CZPA

2.0l TDI 110 kW - DFGA

2.0l TDI 140 kW - DFHA

4-cyl. direct injection engine (1.4 L, 4V, EA 211, turbocharger) Download

Skoda Kodiaq - Heating, Air conditioning Repair Manual Download

Skoda Kodiaq - Auxiliary heating Repair Manual Download

Fuel supply system, petrol engines Workshop Manual Download

Fuel system - Petrol engines Repair Manual Download

Fuel system for diesel engines Workshop Manual Download

Skoda Kodiaq - Chassis, axles, steering Repair Manual Download

Skoda Kodiaq - Brake System Workshop Manual Download

Propshaft and rear final drive Repair Manual Download

7-speed dual-clutch gearbox 0GC Download

Propshaft and rear final drive Download

Skoda Kodiaq - Body Repairs Repair Manual Download

Skoda Kodiaq - General body repairs, interior Download

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Skoda Kodiaq Wiring diagrams. Fuse and Relay

Wiring Diagrams Skoda Kodiaq Download

Skoda Kodiaq - Communication Download

Electrical system Skoda Kodiaq Repair Manual Download

Overview of the fuses Skoda Kodiaq (NS7) 2017-2023 Download

Control units in the front part of the Skoda Kodiaq (NS7) Download

Control units in the rear part of the Skoda Kodiaq (NS7) Download

Skoda Kodiaq

Weaknesses of the Skoda Kodiak

The paintwork of the Czech SUV does not resist mechanical stress and can quickly become chipped from stones flying from under the wheels. Bumpers, hood and sills are the first to suffer, also scratches and other minor damage can be found on the wings and doors. The optics of this Skoda lack tightness. Headlights fog up, and mosquitoes fly into the lanterns.

Often the reason for topping up engine oil between maintenance on Kodiaks with any power units is a leak in the junction of the engine and gearbox due to flywheel mounting bolts and poor sealant. By the way, their replacement solves the problem only for a while.

In addition, attention should be paid to the plastic pump of gasoline engines, which is damaged due to overheating and leaks antifreeze.

Plus, due to excessive loads, the rear gearbox on all-wheel drive versions may leak. Sometimes dealers changed it under warranty. There are a minimum of complaints about the gasoline and diesel engines of this model.

These are quite fresh units, in which many defects of the engines that preceded them were taken into account and eliminated. The only thing that deserves special attention is the condition of the timing belt of the diesel Kodiak. It may wear out and require replacement ahead of time.

On the younger 125-horsepower 1.4 TSI, the timing belt should also be checked for wear, and also to see if the turbine actuator rod is wedging and if the high-pressure fuel pump is tapping. In the 150-horsepower version of this engine with a half-cylinder shutdown system, uneven wear of the camshafts is possible, the replacement of which will cost a pretty penny. But this is usually required no earlier than 150,000-160,000 kilometers.

The rattling of the dual-mass flywheel at idle for Kodiaks with a 1.4 engine is considered critical and will be a reason to replace an expensive part only if excessive vibrations appear when the car starts from a standstill.

A six-speed DSG with a “wet” clutch DQ250 on more powerful versions of a crossover with a 1.4 engine can serve no less than mechanics without problems, provided that the oil in it is changed at least 50,000 km. The seven-speed DSG DQ500 also with a "wet" clutch, which was equipped with gasoline and diesel 2-liter Kodiaks, will also be grateful for regularly updated gear oil. In order not to overheat this box, you need to monitor the cleanliness of the heat exchanger.

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