Download Transmision 0CK AudiA62011 Up PDF

TitleTransmision 0CK AudiA62011 Up
TagsElectrical Connector Transmission (Mechanics) Audi Manual Transmission Clutch
File Size7.1 MB
Total Pages126
Table of Contents
                            00 – General, Technical Data
	1 Identification
	2 Technical Data
		2.1 Capacities
	3 Safety Precautions
		3.1 General Safety Precautions
		3.2 Start/Stop System Safety Precautions
		3.3 Road Test with Testing Equipment Safety Precautions
		3.4 Safety Precautions when Tow Starting and Towing
	4 Repair Information
		4.1 Guidelines for Clean Working Conditions
		4.2 General Repair Information
		4.3 ATF Pump, Deactivating and Draining the Hydraulic Pump Reservoir
		4.4 Contact Corrosion
		4.5 Transmission Control Module Safety Functions
	5 Electrical Components
		5.1 Component Location Overview - Electrical Components
30 – Clutch
	1 Clutch
34 – Controls, Housing
	1 Selector Mechanism
		1.1 Overview - Operating Cables
		1.2 Overview - Selector Lever Handle
		1.3 Overview - Selector Mechanism
		1.4 Emergency Release from P
		1.5 Selector Lever Handle, Removing and Installing
		1.6 Button in Handle, Moving Into Installation Position
		1.7 Selector Mechanism, Removing and Installing
		1.8 Selector Mechanism, Checking
		1.9 Selector Lever Cable, Removing and Installing
		1.10 Selector Lever Cable, Checking and Adjusting
			1.10.1 Selector Lever Cable, Adjusting
			1.10.2 Selector Lever Cable, Bringing into Basic Setting
		1.11 Shift Lock Solenoid -N110-, Removing and Installing
		1.12 Selector Lever Sensor System Control Module -J587-, Removing and Installing
		1.13 Drive Position Sensor -G676-, Removing and Installing
		1.14 Selector Shaft Seal, Replacing
	2 Transmission, Removing and Installing
		2.1 Transmission, Removing
			2.1.1 Transmission, Removing, Vehicles with 4-Cylinder TDI Engine
			2.1.2 Transmission, Removing, 6-Cylinder TDI Engine
			2.1.3 Transmission, Removing, Vehicles with 4-Cylinder FSI Engine
		2.2 Transmission, Installing
		2.3 Transmission Tightening Specifications
	3 Transmission, Transporting
	4 Securing on Engine and Transmission Holder
	5 Subframe Mount
		5.1 Overview - Subframe Mount
		5.2 Tunnel Crossmember, Removing and Installing
		5.3 Transmission Support with Transmission Mount, Removing and Installing
		5.4 Transmission Mount, Removing and Installing
	6 Transmission Fluid Circuit
		6.1 Overview - Transmission Fluid Circuit
		6.2 Transmission Fluid Pump, Removing and Installing
	7 ATF Circuit
		7.1 Overview - ATF Circuit
		7.2 ATF Cooler, Removing and Installing
	8 Transmission Fluid
		8.1 Transmission Fluid Level, Checking
		8.2 Transmission Fluid, Draining and Filling
	9 Automatic Transmission Fluid
		9.1 ATF Level, Checking
		9.2 ATF, Draining and Filling
	10 Mechatronic
		10.1 Overview - Mechatronic
		10.2 Oil Pan, Removing and Installing
		10.3 Mechatronic, Removing and Installing
	11 Special Tools
35 – Gears, Shafts
	1 Gears and Shafts, Disassembling and Assembling
39 – Final Drive, Differential
	1 Transmission Control
		1.1 Component Location Overview - Transmission Control Module
	2 Seals
		2.1 Component Location Overview - Seals
		2.2 Left Seal, Replacing
		2.3 Right Seal, Replacing
	3 Differential
		3.1 Overview - Differential
		3.2 Left Flange Shaft, Removing and Installing
		3.3 Right Flange Shaft, Removing and Installing
	4 Special Tools
	5 Revision History
                        
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• The tool must grip into the semicircular hole and also in the
hole -arrow A- and -arrow B-.

Note

There is only 1 inspection opening -arrow B- on the edge. Rotate
the flywheel as needed.

– Insert the Clutch Module Transportation Lock - T40170- in the
transmission housing from below and secure it on the flange
shaft -1-.

– Inspect the aluminum bolts used to connect the engine to the
transmission to see if they can be used again and mark them,
if necessary. Refer to ⇒ page 66 .

– Check if the alignment sleeves -A- for centering the engine/
transmission are in the cylinder block and insert them if they
are not.

– Connect the transmission to the engine and then tighten the
bolts -6 and 9- connecting the engine to the transmission.

Audi A6 2011 ➤ , Audi A6 Avant 2011 ➤ , Audi A7 Sportback 2011 ➤ , Audi ...
7-Speed Dual Clutch Transmission 0CK - Edition 11.2015

2. Transmission, Removing and Installing 59

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Vehicles with 4-Cylinder TDI Engine
– Loosen the torque support bolts -1-.
– Lift the transmission and install the tunnel crossmember. Refer

to ⇒ “5.1 Overview - Subframe Mount”, page 69 .
– Adjust the torque support -2- and tighten. Refer to ⇒ Rep. Gr.

10 ; Subframe Mount .
All Vehicles
– Install the tunnel crossmember. Refer to

⇒ “5.1 Overview - Subframe Mount”, page 69 .
– Lower the Engine and Gearbox Jack - VAS6931- with the

Gearbox Support - T40173- and set aside.

Caution

Vibrations or rattling noises when driving may be a result of a
tightly bolted flywheel.
♦ The sequence of steps must always be followed in order.
♦ The flywheel must rest flat on the drive plate when screw‐

ing in the first bolt.

– Turn the crankshaft on the vibration damper 360° in the direc‐
tion of engine rotation -arrow-.

Vehicles with a 4-Cylinder TFSI Engine

Audi A6 2011 ➤ , Audi A6 Avant 2011 ➤ , Audi A7 Sportback 2011 ➤ , Audi ...
7-Speed Dual Clutch Transmission 0CK - Edition 11.2015

60 Rep. Gr.34 - Controls, Housing

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Cautions & Warnings

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© 2002 Audi of America, Inc.
All rights reserved. Information contained in this document is based on the latest information available at the time of printing and is subject to the copyright and other intellectual
property rights of Audi of America, Inc., its affiliated companies and its licensors. All rights are reserved to make changes at any time without notice. No part of this document may be
reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise, nor may these materials be
modified or reposted to other sites, without the prior expressed written permission of the publisher.
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•= Do not re-use any fasteners that are worn or deformed in normal use. Some fasteners are
designed to be used only once and are unreliable and may fail if used a second time. This
includes, but is not limited to, nuts, bolts, washers, circlips and cotter pins. Always follow the
recommendations in this manual - replace these fasteners with new parts where indicated, and
any other time it is deemed necessary by inspection.


•= Illuminate the work area adequately but safely. Use a portable safety light for working inside or
under the vehicle. Make sure the bulb is enclosed by a wire cage. The hot filament of an
accidentally broken bulb can ignite spilled fuel or oil.


•= Friction materials such as brake pads and clutch discs may contain asbestos fibers. Do not create
dust by grinding, sanding, or by cleaning with compressed air. Avoid breathing asbestos fibers and
asbestos dust. Breathing asbestos can cause serious diseases such as asbestosis or cancer, and
may result in death.


•= Finger rings should be removed so that they cannot cause electrical shorts, get caught in running
machinery, or be crushed by heavy parts.


•= Before starting a job, make certain that you have all the necessary tools and parts on hand. Read
all the instructions thoroughly, do not attempt shortcuts. Use tools that are appropriate to the work
and use only replacement parts meeting Audi specifications. Makeshift tools, parts and
procedures will not make good repairs.


•= Catch draining fuel, oil or brake fluid in suitable containers. Do not use empty food or beverage
containers that might mislead someone into drinking from them. Store flammable fluids away from
fire hazards. Wipe up spills at once, but do not store the oily rags, which can ignite and burn
spontaneously.


•= Use pneumatic and electric tools only to loosen threaded parts and fasteners. Never use these
tools to tighten fasteners, especially on light alloy parts. Always use a torque wrench to tighten
fasteners to the tightening torque listed.


•= Keep sparks, lighted matches, and open flame away from the top of the battery. If escaping
hydrogen gas is ignited, it will ignite gas trapped in the cells and cause the battery to explode.


•= Be mindful of the environment and ecology. Before you drain the crankcase, find out the proper
way to dispose of the oil. Do not pour oil onto the ground, down a drain, or into a stream, pond, or
lake. Consult local ordinances that govern the disposal of wastes.


•= The air-conditioning (A/C) system is filled with a chemical refrigerant that is hazardous. The A/C
system should be serviced only by trained automotive service technicians using approved
refrigerant recovery/recycling equipment, trained in related safety precautions, and familiar with
regulations governing the discharging and disposal of automotive chemical refrigerants.


•= Before doing any electrical welding on vehicles equipped with anti-lock brakes (ABS), disconnect
the battery negative terminal (ground strap) and the ABS control module connector.


•= Do not expose any part of the A/C system to high temperatures such as open flame. Excessive
heat will increase system pressure and may cause the system to burst.

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Cautions & Warnings

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© 2002 Audi of America, Inc.
All rights reserved. Information contained in this document is based on the latest information available at the time of printing and is subject to the copyright and other intellectual
property rights of Audi of America, Inc., its affiliated companies and its licensors. All rights are reserved to make changes at any time without notice. No part of this document may be
reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise, nor may these materials be
modified or reposted to other sites, without the prior expressed written permission of the publisher.
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•= When boost-charging the battery, first remove the fuses for the Engine Control Module (ECM), the
Transmission Control Module (TCM), the ABS control module, and the trip computer. In cases
where one or more of these components is not separately fused, disconnect the control module
connector(s).


•= Some of the vehicles covered by this manual are equipped with a supplemental restraint system
(SRS), that automatically deploys an airbag in the event of a frontal impact. The airbag is operated
by an explosive device. Handled improperly or without adequate safeguards, it can be accidentally
activated and cause serious personal injury. To guard against personal injury or airbag system
failure, only trained Audi Service technicians should test, disassemble or service the airbag
system.


•= Do not quick-charge the battery (for boost starting) for longer than one minute, and do not exceed
16.5 volts at the battery with the boosting cables attached. Wait at least one minute before
boosting the battery a second time.


•= Never use a test light to conduct electrical tests of the airbag system. The system must only be
tested by trained Audi Service technicians using the VAG 1551 Scan Tool (ST) or an approved
equivalent. The airbag unit must never be electrically tested while it is not installed in the vehicle.


•= Some aerosol tire inflators are highly flammable. Be extremely cautious when repairing a tire that
may have been inflated using an aerosol tire inflator. Keep sparks, open flame or other sources of
ignition away from the tire repair area. Inflate and deflate the tire at least four times before
breaking the bead from the rim. Completely remove the tire from the rim before attempting any
repair.


•= When driving or riding in an airbag-equipped vehicle, never hold test equipment in your hands or
lap while the vehicle is in motion. Objects between you and the airbag can increase the risk of
injury in an accident.



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