I've come from a VW/Audi group back ground having owned both Skoda and Seat and when I asked the dealer if the A3 2.0 (140) was a PD or a common rail he said it was a common rail and saying that all face lift diesel A3s were all common rail.
I know Skoda and Seat still use the PD system on their 2.0 TDi's and according to the Audi website it states that the 170 is "Common rail direct injection with piezo injectors" and that the 140 is "High-pressure pump-injector direct injection" so the 140 is still a PD regardless of face lift or not?
Is it possible to tell if I've got a PD or common rail from looking in the engine bay or something similar?
Mind you he also told me it had a DPF fitted which it doesn't.
Cheers for your help...