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Audi A1 Automatic Gearbox Repair

Audi A1 Automatic Gearbox Repair

The automatic transmission specialists at Stephens Engineering recently carried out an Audi A1 Automatic gearbox repair.

The 2014 Audi A1 Automatic was towed in the Stephens Engineering workshop. The Audi A1 was brought into the workshop with a problem of no drive in either forward and reverse. A thorough diagnostic scan of the Audi A1 was undertaken in the Stephens Engineering workshop. The diagnostic scan tool revealed that the Audi A1 transmission mechatronic assembly pump had excess pressure. In Audi A1, the mechatronic unit controls gear selection and also the output shaft drive of the vehicle.

To start the Audi A1 gearbox repair, the Audi’s mechatronic unit was removed and subjected to thorough testing. Testing the Audi A1 mechatronic unit confirmed that the mechatronic unit was faulty. The Audi mechatronic unit was stripped down and then the mechatronic assembly pump was reconditioned. Before the reconditioned mechatronic assembly unit was refitted, the fluid was changed and the mechatronic unit was refitted to the Audi A1 with new fluid.

Before carrying out a long road test for the Audi A1, gearbox adaptions were carried out in the workshop. The long road test confirmed that the Audi A1 Automatic gearbox repair has been successful.

Early detection of problems within the Audi A1 mechatronic unit prevents further damage within the vehicle’s engine. There is a risk that if the A1 mechatronic unit issues are not diagnosed early, the clutch can then suffer damage as a result. Fortunately, prompt action and attention prevented any further damage to the Audi A1 and the vehicle returned to running well.

Stephens Engineering are automatic transmission specialists in Ware. At Stephens Engineering, we understand and interpret the diagnostic fault codes to keep your automatic transmission working. Book your vehicle into Stephens Engineering, the automatic gearbox specialists for optimum performance and smooth running.


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