Question about 2004 Audi TT
I have a 2000 A8L that suddenly stopped shifting. It seems like it defaults to 5th gear with all of the shift indicators lit up in the dash. I had a mechanic look at it and he want to replace the trannie. To me it seems like the trannie doesn't know what to do??? Please help. Thanks, Jim
Hi, first i would check the fluid level if it is not a sealed trans. if the fluid level is ok, it may be that the TCM(transmission Control module is malfunctioning. this module controls the actual shift points. the TCM sends the shift signal to the shift solenoids that are located inside the transmission pan. these shift solenoids preform the engagements of the gears on command, which is initiated by this module i speak of. this module may be damaged,in return, causing this confusion in the shifting patterns you are experiencing.
Posted on May 16, 2009
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