2005 Audi A4 1.8L Turbo CVT Transmission
Ultimately, we transplanted the transfer gears, planets and clutch carrier from the original transmission code HCP into the donor A6 core code HHZ. The donor unit had a good case and perfect ring and pinion gears as well as the correct shim set up. Of course along the way, we installed a master overhaul set, new chain and the new factory recommended update for this CVT transmission which includes 7 clutches instead of the original 6.
One thing every reader should take away from this repair blog is to take your car to a repair facility specifically qualified for your vehicle every 20,000 to 30,000 miles and have it properly checked for leaks. Don’t let a little oil leak turn into a major repair for you. Of course if you are in the Dallas Fort Worth Texas area, just call the service desk for an appointment to service your Audi CVT (Continuously Variable Transmission).