Type: Posts; User: VR6 T
I have this exact kit and it is brand new and has never been used.
Update on the car: I started it this afternoon and put it in reverse and it took a second and then started backing up. I then put it in drive and it started pulling forward, I gave it a little gas...
Okay, so with the fluid being present I guess I need to just put a new transmission in it. You said you own a transmission shop, do you sell these transmissions?
I removed the plug when the atf reached 37 degrees celsius, while the car was running and in "park". Was this not done correctly? Thank you for your help!
I'm sorry, but I don't understand. I removed the plug on the pan and fluid came out...but you are saying that there is another plug after I take the first plug off?
I didn't think that you could check the level of this transmission? I thought the way was by opening the drain plug at the specified temperature. The fluid was very dark, almost black.
Okay, it has been a while since I have had a chance to check out the jetta but I finally looked at it this evening. I let the transmission fluid temperature get to 37 degrees celsius and I opened...
Should I just check the level, or would it be worth it to do a fluid flush? My only issue was if the transmission does in fact have to be replaced then I would be wasting money on the fluids.
I looked online and from what I gathered I need to make sure the transmission is level (the car not angled), allow the transmission fluid to get between 35-45 celsius and then pull the drain plug on...
Cool. Thanks for your help Gary.
Where would I find out what trans code it is? I looked on the transmission itself but must have overlooked a part number...
I recently purchased this vehicle and the previous owner stated that it needed a transmission. He bought it from a auction and said he drove it for about 100 miles, the odometer shows that he did...
bump. make a reasonable offer
Have had some interest, but no one has come to actually look at it....surely someone wants this S4!