Question about 2009 Volkswagen CC
Please do these following;
1. Preparation: Go buy the correct transmission fluid at an auto supply store. Your owner's manual should indicate the correct type of fluid for your car. Also, get a new filter.
2. Tools: Here's a list of all the tools you should need:
1. Floor jack - to lift the car
2. Jack stands - to hold the car up while you're working
3. Drain pan - it should be big enough to hold at least 5 quarts
5. Clean shop rags
3. Block the tires, and set the emergency brake.
4. Remove one of the transmission cooling lines running to the radiator. Connect a tube to the end of the line, and place the end of the tube in a drain pan. Start the car, and let it idle for a minute or two. Transmission fluid should flow out of the cooling line, through the tube, into a drain pan. Turn the engine off as soon as the fluid stops flowing.
5. Raise the car with a jack. Use the jackstands. Do not put any part of your body beneath a vehicle unless it is properly supported.
6. how to change your transmission fluidNow you need the drain pan again. Put it in place underneath the bottom of the transmission pan. Center it towards the front of the transmission. Put newspaper underneath the drain pan in case any transmission fluid spills.
7. Remove all but the rear bolts holding the pan to the bottom of the transmission. Loosen the rear bolts last. Only loosen them a few turns.
8. If the pan hasn't lowered already, use a flat head screwdriver to separate the pan from the rest of the transmission. It should tilt so that fluid can flow out of the front end of the pan into the drain pan.
9. When fluid stops coming out, take out the last few bolts at the rear, and lower the pan the rest of the way. Pour the remainder of the fluid into the drain pan.
10. Remove the old gasket, and thoroughly clean the transmission pan with any type of solvent. Let it dry in a clean place.
11. Pull the filter out of the transmission and replace it with the new filter
12. Put a new gasket on the cleaned transmission pan, and place the pan on the bottom of the transmission. Insert the bolts and hand tighten them. Then use a wrench to tighten the bolts a little at a time. Try to tighten them evenly so that you don't bend the transmission pan.
13. Remove the jackstands from the vehicle, and add the correct amount of transmission fluid. Your owner's manual should tell you how much to add--usually about 7 pints.
14. Now you can check your work. Start the engine and let it idle for a few minutes. Set the parking brake and shift between gears, then check the fluid level with the engine running. If the fluid is low, add a little at a time until the dipstick indicates a sufficient level of fluid.
Posted on Sep 10, 2009
On top of the gearbox is a breather, Location is beneath the diesel filter and towards the engine. A bit awkward to get at. There's a strange shaped nut with a plastic cover/hood. undo that and the oil is placed in there. Make sure the car is level. the over flow plug is behind the nearside drive shaft. from empty it takes 1.65 litres no drain plug you have to remove or loosen the plate under the gearbox.
Posted on Sep 09, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
would you believe you fill up by pouring oil down dipstick tube....why would you want to,it is sealed/non maintenance.....
Posted on Mar 03, 2010
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