Audi 80 B4 Specifications

Updated on March 24, 2018
A French-made Audi 80
A French-made Audi 80 | Source

B4 Audi 80

The Audi 80 model B4 was built from 1991 through to 1996 as a move by the company to compete in the luxury mid sized market dominated by the likes of BMW and Mercedes. It was only replaced in 1996 with production of the new styled Audi A4. It was designed and built with the usual superior quality from VAG German engineering, with the body was galvanized at the factory to keep it rust-free.

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The reason I made this page of data is that I own an Audi 80 Avant estate which I absolutely love. It reminds me of BMW quality combined with the comfort and layout of my first car which was a Volvo. I think that it looks great and has features of some newer looking Volvos. It doesn't look out of place parked next to a newer Audi either, and it has inspired me to look at the rest of the range. I might be tempted to buy a convertible Audi 80 as the perfect partner and second car.

Love the styling, love the reliability, love the comfort!

So here is all the data, for sharing and reference and my own interest as well. Hope that you find the information on this page beneficial and concise and all in one place. I will continue to add valuable figures and stats as I collate the information which I present in my own way. If you like this page please be sure to leave a comment or a thumbs up. If there is anything you would like to see added, or improved on please let me know, all feedback is welcome!

Technical Specifications

Production 1991-1996

1,090,690 built[14]

4-door: 908,255

Avant: 182,435

Predecessor Audi 80 (B3)

Successor Audi A4 (B5)

Body style 2-door coupé,

2-door convertible,

4-door saloon/sedan

4-door Avant (estate/wagon)

Layout front engine,

front-wheel drive or

quattro permanent four-wheel drive

Platform Volkswagen Group B4 platform

Engine petrol engines:

2.0 L I4,

2.3 L I5,

2.6 L & 2.8 L V6;

diesel engine:

1.9 L I4

Transmission 4-speed automatic,

5-speed manual

Wheelbase saloon: 102.8 in (2,611 mm),

Coupe: 100.6 in (2,555 mm),

quattro: 102.2 in (2,596 mm)

Length saloon: 180.3 in (4,580 mm),

Coupe: 176.0 in (4,470 mm)

Width saloon: 66.7 in (1,694 mm),

Coupe: 67.6 in (1,717 mm)

Height 1992-94 saloon: 54.3 in (1,379 mm),

quattro: 54.7 in (1,389 mm),

1995-96 saloon: 55.0 in (1,397 mm),

Coupe: 54.3 in (1,379 mm)

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Engine Codes

This table will help identify which engine type you have based on year of manufacture and model. This information is important if you are considering replacing key components or considering fitting a chip upgrade in the ECU or brain of the car. It is also very useful if you want to use parts from other models and need to be sure they will interface with each other correctly. However, rule of thumb is if you are not sure consult an expert first.

1991 - 1991 1.8 CPI PM

1991 - 1994 1.9 T-Diesel AAZ

1991 - 1994 1.9 TDI 1Z

1991 - 1995 2 ABT

1991 - 1994 2 ABK

1991 - 1994 2.3 KE3-Jetronic NG

1991 - 1994 2.8 AAH

1992 - 1994 1.6 ABM

1992 - 1995 1.6 ADA

1992 - 1995 2.0 ACE

1992 - 1995 2.2 ABY

1992 - 1995 2.6 ABC

1993 - 1995 2.0 ADW

1993 - 1995 2.6 ACZ

1993 - 1994 2.8 AFC

1994 - 1995 2.2 Turbo ADU

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Performance Figures

Audi 80 Avant 2.0:

Top speed 172 km/h (107 mph) (declared by factory); accelerations 0- 60 mph 13.3 s, 0- 100 km/h 14.1 s (declared by factory), 1/4 mile drag time (402 m) 18.9 s

Audi 80 Avant 2.3:

Top speed 195 km/h (121 mph) (declared by factory); accelerations 0- 60 mph 9.5 s, 0- 100 km/h 10.1 s (declared by factory), 1/4 mile drag time (402 m) 17.3 s

Audi 80 Avant 2.6:

Top speed 207 km/h (129 mph) (declared by factory); accelerations 0- 60 mph 9 s, 0- 100 km/h 9.5 s (declared by factory), 1/4 mile drag time (402 m) 16.6 s

Audi 80 Avant 1.9Tdi:

Top speed 170 km/h (106 mph) (declared by factory); accelerations 0- 60 mph 13.8 s, 0- 100 km/h 14.6 s (declared by factory), 1/4 mile drag time (402 m) 19.3 s

Audi 80 Avant Quattro 2.3:

Top speed 195 km/h (121 mph) (declared by factory); accelerations 0- 60 mph 9.6 s, 0- 100 km/h 10.2 s (declared by factory), 1/4 mile drag time (402 m) 18.1 s

Audi 80 Avant Quattro 2.6:

Top speed 205 km/h (127 mph) (declared by factory); accelerations 0- 60 mph 9.2 s, 0- 100 km/h 9.7 s (declared by factory), 1/4 mile drag time (402 m) 17.1 s

Audi 80 Avant Quattro 2.8:

top speed 215 km/h (134 mph) (declared by factory); accelerations 0- 60 mph 7.7 s, 0- 100 km/h 8.2 s (declared by factory), 1/4 mile drag time (402 m) 16.7 s

Audi 80 Avant S2:

Top speed 242 km/h (150 mph) (declared by factory); accelerations 0- 60 mph 5.8 s, 0- 100 km/h 6.1 s (declared by factory), 1/4 mile drag time (402 m) 14.6 s

Wheel PCD Offset

PCD can be like the offside rule in football, easy to understand if you are into it and difficult to explain to those who are not. Hopefully the picture below will help explain the data presented. If you are using the table to consult the options of changing your wheels then be careful with your selection as it can be a real trick to get aftermarket wheels to suit your vehicle exactly without issues such as the wheels catching the arches or not being able to fully lock the steering.

If you are unsure please consult your dealership or a wheel specialist. A link to the Audi website is at the bottom of this page.

Audi 80 (pre 1986)

PCD 4 x 100 ET 35...45 center bore 57

Audi 80 (post 1986)

PCD 4 x 108 ET 35...42 center bore 57

Audi 80 Quattro

PCD 4 x 108 ET 35...42 center bore 57

Audi Coupe GT (pre 1985)

PCD 4 x 100 ET 35...45 center bore 57

Audi Coupe GT (post 1985)

PCD 4 x 108 ET 35...45 center bore 57

Audi Coupe (post 1988)

PCD 4 x 108 ET 35...45 center bore 57

Audi Coupe Quattro

PCD 4 x 108 ET 35...45 center bore 57

Audi Quattro

PCD 5 x 112 ET 35...42 center bore 57

Audi 80/90/Coupe (1992 to 1995)

PCD 4x108 ET 35 to 42 center bore 57

PCD Measurement

The picture above demonstrates how to measure the PCD of a wheel for correct fitment. A small tip though is if you are trying to fit a wheel that has a very slight difference in size to the hub pattern in question then you can use what are known as wobbly bolts which allow for a small alternation in the fitting and allow the wheels to go on.

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Diagnostics Fault Codes

0000 - No malfunction recognized

.....Indicated by one pulse of the light every 15 seconds or so

.....If there is a malfunction or complaint; the malfunction fault is not recognized by On Board Diagnostics

.....End of Diagnostic Output

1111 - Engine Control Module (ECM/ECU)

.....Transmission Control Module (TCM)

.....Electrical interferences from outside sources

.....ECU is malfunctioning

.....Poor ground connections to the computer

.....Defective memory circuits in the control unit

.....Bad checksum in computer chip from a tuner or a tuner's scrambler

1113 - Transmission Solenoid Valve 1

1121 - Transmission Solenoid Valve 2

1123 - Transmission Solenoid Valve 3

1124 - Transmission Mechanical/Hydraulic fault

Defective clutch or valve body

1131 - Transmission Solenoid Valve 4

1133 - Transmission Solenoid Valve 5

1141 - Transmission Solenoid Valve 6

1143 - Transmission Solenoid Valve 7

1231 - Vehicle Speed Sensor (VSS) (G 68)

.....No change in signal or mechanical malfunction

Open circuit or short circuit from vehicle speed sensor

1314 - Multi-Function Switch (F 125)

1323 - Kickdown switch (F 8)

1332 - Trans-program switch (E 122)

1333 - Transmission oil temp sender (G93)

2111 - Engine speed sensor (G 28)

.....No change in signal or mechanical malfunction

.....Mounting base of G28 loose

.....Distance from G28 to ring gear greater than 3/64 inch

.....Broken teeth on flywheel ring gear

.....G28 RPM sensor malfunctioning

.....Open or short circuit

.....Defective sensor & cables, metal fragments on flywheel teeth

.....Debris on G28

.....Connector on G28 swapped with connector on G4.

.....ECM malfunctioning

2112 - Crankshaft Position Sensor (CKP) (G 4)

.....No change in signal or mechanical malfunction

.....Sensor is not detecting flywheel pin

....Flywheel pin damaged or missing,

.....Sensor in not installed correctly

.....Distributor hall sensor out of adjustment

2113 - Camshaft Position Sensor (G 40)

.....No change in signal

.....Open circuit or short circuit to positive

.....Signal to positive

.....Short circuit to ground

.....Signal to ground

.....Mechanical malfunction, hall sender defective

.....Faulty basic setting, or distributor alignment

.....Cambelt has jumped a tooth

.....If 1551/1552 Shows sporadic disregard

2114 - Hall Sensor (G 40)

.....Hall sensor not at reference mark

2121 - Closed throttle position switch (CTP) (F 60)

.....Usually Part of Idle/Full Throttle Switch Assembly

.....Throttle body sticking

.....Floor mat presses on accelerator pedal

.....Throttle cable adjustment

.....Switch stuck open or closed

.....Internal solder connections poor or broken or contacts contaminated

.....Wiring broken or shorted

.....Moisture in throttle body connector

2122 - Engine speed signal missing

2123 - Full Throttle Switch

.....Part of Idle/Full Throttle Switch Assembly

.....Switch stuck open or closed

.....Internal solder connections poor or broken or contacts contaminated

.....Wiring broken or shorted

2131 - Brake Light Switch

.....Open circuit

2141 - First Knock Regulation (00535)

.....Second Knock Regulation (00536)

.....00577 Cyl 1

.....00578 Cyl 2

.....No change in signal

.....Maximum control limit exceeded

.....ECU cannot control excessive knock

.....Timing has been retarded to maximum

.....Low boost on 20V

.....Excessive boost, Fuel octane too low, Compression to high

2142 - Knock Sensor (KS) #1 (G 61)

.....Open or short circuit, Defective sensor

.....Check sensor and wiring

.....Symptom: Timing retarded, High fuel consumption, power loss, Boost pressure not attained

2143 - Dual knock sensor engines

.....Knock sensor II

.....00579 Cyl 3

.....00580 Cyl 4

.....00581 Cyl 5

.....00582 Cyl 6

.....#2, (Cylinders 3, 4, 5)

.....Excessive knock, timing is being retarded by maximum amount 7.8 degrees.

.....Fuel octane too low, Excessive Compression, excessive boost

2144 - Knock Sensor (KS) II (G 66)

.....Open or short circuit

.....Defective sensor or wiring

.....Symptom: Timing retarded, High fuel consumption, power loss, Boost pressure not attained

2212 - Throttle Position (TP) Sensor (G 69)

.....Open circuit short to positive in sensor

.....Short to ground in sensor or wires between sensor and computer

.....Signal outside tolerance range

.....Signal too high from computer malfunction

.....Signal too low from dampness and/or corrosion at sensor connector

.....Impossible signal

2214 - RPM exceeds maximum programmed

.....Engine has exceeded rev limit due to improper shifting

.....Example 7440 on AAN & 3B engines or 6793 for ABH engine

2221 - Manifold Pressure Sensing

.....Hose to ECU detached, leaking, pinched, or plugged

.....Pressure is too low, too high, or not correct for mass of air metered.

.....Symptom: Loss of Power

2222 - Manifold Absolute Pressure Sensor (G 71)

.....Located in the ECU

.....Hose between intake manifold and ECM open, pinched, plugged or bent

.....Fluid separator in the hose between manifold and ECM full of fluid

.....Wastegate valve malfunctioning

.....Wastegate frequency valve malfunctioning

.....Pressure sensor in the ECM is malfunctioning

.....Turbocharger in malfunctioning

.....Repair or replace ECU

2223 - Barometric Pressure Sensor ( F 96)

2224 - Over boost condition (1989-91 200TQ, 1989-91 200T)

.....UK MB engine

.....Boost pressure exceeded 1.6 bar for MC, 1.8 bar for MB

.....Waste gate or pressure hose, Waste Gate Solenoid/hose problem

2231 - Idle speed regulation

.....Idle Air Control valve (N 71) binds when closed

.....Mass Air Flow Sensor (G 70) offset

.....Resistance at terminal connector of (N 71)

.....Idle Air Control valve (N 71) binds when open

.....Air leak between Mass Air Flow Sensor (G 70) and Idle Air Control valve (N 71)

2234 - Supply voltage to ECM

.....Greater than 16 volts

.....Lower than 6 volts

.....Defective battery

.....Battery discharged

.....Alternator malfunctioning

.....Engine was started with two batteries in series

.....Poor Ground for ECM

.....Current drain with ignition off

2242 - CO Fuel Trim Potentiometer (G74)

2312 - Engine Coolant Temperature (ECT) Sensor (G 62)

.....Open circuit to ECM

.....Short to ground

.....Moisture in (G 62) connector

.....Resistance between sensor and ECM

.....Malfunctioning sensor

.....(G 62) input circuit in ECM malfunctioning

.....Symptom: Cold starting difficulties at low temperatures, Poor idle and acceleration during warm up

2314 - Engine/Transmission electrical connection

.....Signal to negative

.....Open circuit

.....Short between valve wires

2322 - Inlet Air Temp (IAT) Sensor (G 42)

.....Short circuit to ground

.....Open circuit between (G 42) and ECM

.....Malfunctioning sensor

.....(G 42) input circuit in ECM malfunctioning

.....Symptom: Slight power loss, Increase in fuel consumption

2324 - Mass Air Flow (MAF) Sensor (G 70)

.....Signal too low

.....Signal too high

.....Engine Control Module (ECM) defective

2341 - Heated Oxygen Sensor (OS2) (G 39)

.....Maximum control limit exceeded

.....Fuel tank less than 2.5 gallons reducing fuel pressure

2342 - Heated Oxygen Sensor

.....Defective Sensor or Wiring to sensor defective

.....Resistance Heater in probe faulty

.....Symptom: Emissions not within specifications

2411 - EGR Temperature Sensor (00585)

.....Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR) (00586)

2413 - Mixture Adaptation

.....Exceeded or Undershot adaptation limit (multiplicative)

.....Exceeded or Undershot adaptation limit (additive)

4312 - Exhaust Gas Recirculation valve (N 18)

4314 - Selector lever lock solenoid (N 110)

4332 - Ignition output

.....00609 output 1

.....00610 output 2

.....00611 output 3

4333 - Intake Manifold Changeover Valve (N156)

4343 - Evaporative Emission (EVAP) Canister Purge Valve (N 80)

.....Signal to positive

.....Signal to negative

4434 - Oxygen Sensor probe heating

4411 - Fuel Injector Cyl 1 or 1 & 5

4412 - Fuel Injector Cyl 2 or 2 & 7

4413 - Fuel Injector Cyl 3 or 3 & 6

4414 - Fuel Injector Cyl 4 or 4 & 8

4421 - Fuel Injector Cyl 5

4422 - Fuel Injector Cyl 6

4431 - Idle Air Control (IAC) valve (N71)

.....Air leak in intake air system

.....2nd stage of Throttle Body does not close

4442 - Wastegate Bypass Regulator Valve (N 75)

4444 - No Faults have been recorded in the ECU's memory

(Note: there may still be a problem that the ECU is not aware of)

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      Bill 

      11 days ago

      Great work and a lot of very useful info one 1 page. I have a TT and recently purchased a 1994 80 Quottro, absolutely love it. The 80 Quottro was not an easy car to find in Australia. Thanks for all your hard work

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      Nwaubeta Uchenna 

      3 years ago

      Please what is the code or part number for audi 80, B4

      gearbox transmission control module. The car is four cylinder 2.0l. Mine was stolen and cannot get a compactible TCM

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      Bartukas 

      5 years ago

      audi one of the best german cars

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      Melissa Miotke 

      5 years ago from Arizona

      I love all Audi's. I miss my A4 sport:(

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      editionh 

      6 years ago

      Hi , I had an Audi 80 limousine B2 in the 80's. It was a great car. I am sure the engine of yours is still doing great.

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      anonymous 

      6 years ago

      wow. that's very detail. great job

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      great car lens!

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