Question about 1999 Audi A4
The transmission is sealed, and the procedure to fill it is rather involved. The car must be cold, like let it sit overnight. Get the car up in the air. There is a standoff plug where you fill it, and a drain plug. Make sure the fill plug can be loosened. Then you start the car and run it through the gears for a few seconds. You must fill it while its running, with a pump, and with only approved fluid, not standard ATF fluid. When it is full, it will start to run out, quickly put the fill plug back in, and thats it.
Posted on Jul 21, 2010
If you know were the transmission dip-stick is at, its the same place remove dipstick and use funel that fits in ,now slowly add fluid,remeber to shift through all gears. do not over fill.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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