Boy I glad it was under warrantee!! Conversely, manual transmissions use solid metal gears and a single manually operated clutch. In the rest of world market, it is found in other drivetrain combinations as well. If this exchange works out a going car that will be great. In fact I went ahead with only because they offered me a 12000 miles or a 12 months warranty with the works. They even told me that i may need to come in every once and a while to reprogramme the mechatronic and that its normal and i shouldnt worry they say. This may take one minute. This information is only a summary.
You're more likely to shit a diamond then walk outside and be given a winning euro millions ticket by 1,000 naked models who will only accept sex in return for the lottery ticket. They were able to tell they were faulty in about 1 hour. The controller for the clutching functionality is housed in the Mechatronic Unit. The dealers i have been to have all said they have mapped the gearbox and done the changes needed yet it needs only one week and i'm back to the problem. Most are working fine with no problems, as long as the owner maintains them by changing the fluid every 40,000 miles and properly filling them to the correct level.
At her wits end my wife has now instructed legal representation to conclude this debacle! However, sometimes the wear and tear is in the non-replaceable components, and a new assembly is needed. This typically results in a metallic noise when driving. A friend has had his 08 Golf Gti checked and confirmed a mechatronic fault. This is when the mechatronics module needs to be changed out. The flywheel consists of two plates that can move a small amount in relation to each other. And this is exactly how the mechatronics module is structured: the electronic transmission control unit, various sensors and the hydraulic control unit form one compact unit. Can some one please help me on what should i do next.
It's kind of hard to argue what is printed. This particular transmission is old news, having been replaced by newer versions, but it has been used in so many vehicles that are still on the road today that it is most definitely still relevant. Instead, you generally have to research things like extra washers, seals, clips, filters, fluids and countless other items you may need to finish the job in one sitting. Only when it's warmed up after 15-20min of driving. The code you mentioned is an unexpected mechanical disengagement fault. Problem is some time Reverser is lost. Battery died twice from 2015 till 2016, both incidents, the car needed to be towed.
Even if what they tell you is true, you still wonder. Could it be related to the faulty bearings? It only tends to be around 1st, 2nd and sometimes 3rd gear, there is an audible clunk when changing up and down between 1st and 2nd gear. But would start right back up. I felt something break in the drivetrain while driving about 50kmh. After which reverse not selectable and in drive can only inch along with horrible noises.
Seems better well at least the car did not stall or loose power, it did act like it was going to stall twice but did not. It took a while for the dealership maintenance to figure it out. The dual mass flywheel in the golf and the caddy measure exactly the same as each other but have one digit different part numbers. And this is exactly how the mechatronics module is structured with the electronic transmission control unit, various sensors and the hydraulic control unit all forming one compact entity. I am in South Africa and maybe they dont want to lay out the money for this unit for I hear it is expensive. If the data sent is incorrect, the computer will do what it thinks is right based on that incorrect data; hence, failures result.
But, on start up before the engine and gearbox comes to normal operating temperature it can be jerky sometimes when you pull off, particularly in reverse and sometimes even kangaroo hops, so that I have to bring the car to a full stop and start off again. If you purchase a box with a different box code, the transmission physically will not work with your car. About product and suppliers: Alibaba. This car had sensors failing, oil running low and now a fucking gearbox failure. I have a 2010 passat with 2. The top supplying country is China Mainland , which supply 100% of mechatronic vw respectively. Also it shifts from 2 to 4th and doesn't spend anytime in 3rd as I accel moderately.
At 15,000 service, I mentioned this to the dealership and was told it was normal for the dsg transmission. They up graded the clutch and it has lasted 10 months and less than 5000 miles. As for miles vs mech wear the seals degrade which is why they fail so its not so much down to miles its done more about how old it is. I would recommend letting an electrician poke at some wires before spending any serious money on new selectors or mechatronics. I also believe that there may be a 5yr warranty on transmission. I think we will need to do a clutch job. When I change to manual it never fails to shift gears.