Volkswagen Lupo Service Repair manuals. Wiring diagrams

Volkswagen Lupo 1998-2006 Workshop Manual, color wiring diagrams, engine and transmission diagnostics/repair, error codes, fuse and relay locations. The manual can be downloaded in PDF format for free.

Models: VW Lupo (6X1) 3L (6E1) 1998 - 2006. Automatic and manual transmission. Engines: 1.2L 1.4, 1.6L SSP 201 Lupo

  • Volkswagen Lupo (6X1) 1998 - 2006
  • Volkswagen Lupo 3L (6E1) 1999 - 2006

Volkswagen Lupo 1998-2006 Electrical Wiring Diagrams

Wiring Diagrams VW Lupo (6X, 6E)

  • 1.4L AHW, AKQ
  • 1.7L AKU
  • 1.0L AHT
  • 1.0L ALL, AER
  • 1.2L ANY, AYZ
  • 1.0L ALD, ANV
  • 1.4L APE
  • 1.4L AQQ
  • 1.4L AMF
  • 1.4L AUA
  • 1.4L AUB
  • 1.0L AUC
  • 1.4L AUD
  • 1.6L AVY
  • 1.4L ARR (FSI)
  • 1.4L BBY

Volkswagen Lupo 1998-2006

The history of the Lupo hatchback - the smallest Volkswagen model from the late nineties / early 2000s - is very similar to the history of another city car from the Wolfsburg automaker - the Audi A2. These two cars were produced at the same time (between 1998 and 2005), but were built on different platforms. Lupo - on the A00 (shortened "trolley" VW Polo of the first generation), and the all-aluminum Audi A2 - on the A04, aka PQ24 (the basis of the "first" Skoda Fabia).


However, these minicars had a lot in common. Firstly, unfortunately, both of them failed to become bestsellers in their segment. Although, let's call a spade a spade. In the automotive market, they both failed. Secondly, they had especially economical diesel modifications with a record low fuel consumption of 3 l / 100 km in the combined cycle. And, thirdly, this is a high level of workmanship and materials, which, alas, was not enough for success in the market.


By the way, Lupo also has a “twin” other than the Audi A2. It's called Seat Arosa. In general, we want to dedicate today's article from our entertaining and educational section "Heroes of Our Time" to this little "German" with an Italian name (lupo (Ital.) - wolf), which, if suddenly someone did not know, is also associated with the hometown of the Volkswagen concern - Wolfsburg.

This modification could consume an average of no more than 3 l / 100 km of diesel fuel (the minimum value achieved during the tests was 2.88 l / 100 km). Such a three-door was equipped with a small 3-cylinder turbodiesel 1.2 with a power of 61 hp. (the same, by the way, as the Audi A2 1.2 TDI 3L), supplemented by a start / stop system.


Of course, with such an engine, which worked exclusively in tandem with a 5-speed robotic gearbox, it was impossible to talk about at least some dynamics. Up to a hundred, the economical version of Lupo accelerated in an infinitely long 14.7 s, but the maximum speed, nevertheless, was 165 km / h.

However, this snail's pace more than compensated for the very modest fuel consumption declared by the manufacturer: 3.6 l / 100 km in the city, 3 l / 100 km in the combined cycle and 2.7 l / 100 km on the highway. Of course, the hatchback also had other engines: gasoline atmospheric “fours” 1.0 (50 hp) and 1.4 (60 - 100 hp), as well as 3-cylinder turbodiesels 1.4 (75 hp) and 1.7 (60 hp). Since 2000, a 105-horsepower version has been produced with a 16-valve 1.4 FSI engine with direct injection.


Visually and from a technical point of view, she repeated the Lupo 3L (including a robotic gearbox). At the same time, the “charged” Lupo GTI with a 125-horsepower 1.6 engine was also released. It hit 100 in 8.3 seconds and could reach a top speed of 205 km/h, for which some even called it the spiritual successor to the first generation Golf GTI.

Lupo had another interesting feature. It is connected with the fact that in the period from the late nineties to the beginning of the 2000s, just at the time of the release of this small hatchback, Volkswagen entered the struggle to improve the quality of its products, problems with which caused significant damage to the reputation of the Wolfsburg auto giant. And, I must say, the Germans made a real leap in this matter. The Golf IV and Passat V models that rolled off the Volkswagen assembly line at the time were assembled with an almost maniacal attention to detail.

And not only inside, but also outside. We're talking about the galvanized bodywork and the 12-year guarantee against corrosion through it, as well as the use of the best and highest quality plastics. And these changes in quality are also reflected in the little Lupo.

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