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Annoying gearbox for 2nd gear. Crunch at this gear and after warm all ok.

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I am not familiar with the Audi 2004 TT, but offer the following suggestion:-
If the vehicle has a gearbox separate from the engine, try using a lighter grade of gearbox oil -from my experience with Alfa's, Valvoline Transgear 75W/85 works well in slow synchro gearboxes.

(PS... Learn to double shuffle when changing back to second - then your syncro will last forever).

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