But if your transmission is badly slipping, I would suggest not wasting too much time/money in doing a transflush as it will not really compensate on the wear and tear of the friction materials inside your trans.
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Re: AUDI A4 1900TDI AUTOMATIC
Yes it is relatively easy to do but can be very messy if you dont have the right drip tray.Basicly you have to remove the pan at the bottom of the trans which is full of oil so care while removing will save you from getting covered in trans fluid,the filter is visible and removable as soon as you remove pan.
When you remove filter you also have to expect more fluid to come out.Put back together the way it was removed.
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Its your body valve in the gear box which is not letting the pump on forward gears pump enough oil to the forward band and because the band isent tight it is slipping..
Now it could be the oil in box and if you take off the auto pan and clean out the filter on the pick up and refill with DEXTRON II TRANS FLUID then you should be ok as long as it hasent slipped to much .
Let me know how you get on . RON
did you change fluid and filter this is just as important as an engine oil change. also a automatic transmission has things called bands that change the gears and hold overdrive in they also need adjusting every 30,000 miles. if not they will cause your transm,ission to slip. and burn up atf fluid.
Drain fluid with drain plug on bottom of pan.Remove pan and change filter. Reinstall pan with new gasket torque to factory spec.Have car on level ground.Remove fill plug on side of pan.Install new fluid with pump and hose. You can use old gear oil bottle and hose.Fill to bottom of fill hole. Put foot on brake with car running shift though all gears.Go back to fill plug and top off till it runs out hole.This should do it.
Change the Transmission filter and flush the fluid in it, I'd be willing to be the factory filter is still in these trannys and it's about clogged up, gettin worse once the fluid heats up. The pump won't build enough pressure to allow it to act properly.