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Can anyone lookup how to change DSG fluid in a Bently manual for me? Please? I am approaching 35k on my 06 and I really would like to do it my self if I can. Thanks for any help!
Ps. I do have the vag-com.


Modified by vw4g63 at 9:49 PM 7-28-2006
 

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Re: (Mono1) I was under the impression that ... (Slickvic)

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Hey mono, there is fluid and a filter that need to be changed every 40k miles.


Yep....and I was told it would be like $400 added to the 40K service? Anyone confirm this?
 

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Re: Service procedure for DSG (michalborz)

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I have a PDF file for that procedure. I posted it on this site so everybody can download. It is free hosting site so there is 30 seconds that you have to wait to download the file. If someone have better hosting ability fill free to grab it and hosted.

http://www.sharebigfile.com/fi....html

Rehosted HERE.
Enjoy!
 

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Re: (GaBoYnFla)

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Yep....and I was told it would be like $400 added to the 40K service? Anyone confirm this?

DSG Trans Fluid # G 052 182 A2 about 20$ per liter x 6 =120 $
DSG Trans Filter # 02E 305 051 B about 50$
Round Seal # N 910 845 01 about 2$

Grand total about 172 $ just for parts

I guess if the dealer charges $400 that is about rihgt.
 

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Re: Service procedure for DSG (mattcsullivan)

Service procedure for a the GTI/GLI DSG Transmission:
1) Get car.
2) Imagine it's the greatest thing to ever happen to VWs.
3) In fact, act like it is. To everyone.
4) Get tired of it, then make a post about how you long for the 6 speed manual gearbox.
5) Make a futile attempt to trade '06 GTI/GLI with DSG in on a '07 with manual gearbox.
6) Be completely bewildered with the way vehicles depreciate.
7) Weep softly as you exit dealership.
8) Come to terms that you're stuck with it.
9) Chip the vehicle, APR is recommended.
10) Find out 20,000 miles down the road that the DSG does *NOT* like extra power.
11) Pay out an arm and a leg, plus selling *ALL* your other project cars and taking out a second mortgage to pay for the DSG to be replaced/repaired.
12) Repeat steps 10 and 11 until you can no longer stomach the vehicle.
13) Buy a MkIV, because you think it's old school.
 

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Re: Service procedure for DSG (IWantAnA2)

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Service procedure for a the GTI/GLI DSG Transmission:
1) Get car.
2) Imagine it's the greatest thing to ever happen to VWs.
3) In fact, act like it is. To everyone.
4) Get tired of it, then make a post about how you long for the 6 speed manual gearbox.
5) Make a futile attempt to trade '06 GTI/GLI with DSG in on a '07 with manual gearbox.
6) Be completely bewildered with the way vehicles depreciate.
7) Weep softly as you exit dealership.
8) Come to terms that you're stuck with it.
9) Chip the vehicle, APR is recommended.
10) Find out 20,000 miles down the road that the DSG does *NOT* like extra power.
11) Pay out an arm and a leg, plus selling *ALL* your other project cars and taking out a second mortgage to pay for the DSG to be replaced/repaired.
12) Repeat steps 10 and 11 until you can no longer stomach the vehicle.
13) Buy a MkIV, because you think it's old school.

or...
Keep the DSG GLI/GTI/TDI and swear that next car will be a manual, that's my case right now! Although I do love the DSG, my next car will allow me to row my own. But, I will keep the DSG GLI too.
 

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Re: Service procedure for DSG (IWantAnA2)

Quote, originally posted by IWantAnA2 »
Service procedure for a the GTI/GLI DSG Transmission:
1) Get car.
2) Imagine it's the greatest thing to ever happen to VWs.
3) In fact, act like it is. To everyone.
4) Get tired of it, then make a post about how you long for the 6 speed manual gearbox.
5) Make a futile attempt to trade '06 GTI/GLI with DSG in on a '07 with manual gearbox.
6) Be completely bewildered with the way vehicles depreciate.
7) Weep softly as you exit dealership.
8) Come to terms that you're stuck with it.
9) Chip the vehicle, APR is recommended.
10) Find out 20,000 miles down the road that the DSG does *NOT* like extra power.
11) Pay out an arm and a leg, plus selling *ALL* your other project cars and taking out a second mortgage to pay for the DSG to be replaced/repaired.
12) Repeat steps 10 and 11 until you can no longer stomach the vehicle.
13) Buy a MkIV, because you think it's old school.

Or lowball yourself and get a rabbit
. Or save all your Mc Donald paychecks for about 10 years and buy the DSG R32!!!!!!
 

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Re: Service procedure for DSG (IWantAnA2)

Quote, originally posted by IWantAnA2 »
Service procedure for a the GTI/GLI DSG Transmission:
1) Get car.
2) Imagine it's the greatest thing to ever happen to VWs.
3) In fact, act like it is. To everyone.
4) Get tired of it, then make a post about how you long for the 6 speed manual gearbox.
5) Make a futile attempt to trade '06 GTI/GLI with DSG in on a '07 with manual gearbox.
6) Be completely bewildered with the way vehicles depreciate.
7) Weep softly as you exit dealership.
8) Come to terms that you're stuck with it.
9) Chip the vehicle, APR is recommended.
10) Find out 20,000 miles down the road that the DSG does *NOT* like extra power.
11) Pay out an arm and a leg, plus selling *ALL* your other project cars and taking out a second mortgage to pay for the DSG to be replaced/repaired.
12) Repeat steps 10 and 11 until you can no longer stomach the vehicle.
13) Buy a MkIV, because you think it's old school.

or be a man, learn how to drive without abusing your car and tranny, and enjoy the hi-tech, and let the haters admire you when you are smoking them
 

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Re: Service procedure for DSG (scuderiavw)

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or be a man, learn how to drive without abusing your car and tranny, and enjoy the hi-tech, and let the haters admire you when you are smoking them

NICE!!!!!
 

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Re: Service procedure for DSG (IWantAnA2)

Quote, originally posted by IWantAnA2 »
Service procedure for a the GTI/GLI DSG Transmission:
1) Get car.
2) Imagine it's the greatest thing to ever happen to VWs.
3) In fact, act like it is. To everyone.
4) Get tired of it, then make a post about how you long for the 6 speed manual gearbox.
5) Make a futile attempt to trade '06 GTI/GLI with DSG in on a '07 with manual gearbox.
6) Be completely bewildered with the way vehicles depreciate.
7) Weep softly as you exit dealership.
8) Come to terms that you're stuck with it.
9) Chip the vehicle, APR is recommended.
10) Find out 20,000 miles down the road that the DSG does *NOT* like extra power.
11) Pay out an arm and a leg, plus selling *ALL* your other project cars and taking out a second mortgage to pay for the DSG to be replaced/repaired.
12) Repeat steps 10 and 11 until you can no longer stomach the vehicle.
13) Buy a MkIV, because you think it's old school.
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Re: Service procedure for DSG (GolfRS)

After about 10 "I love my DSG GTI" PM's on here, I'd just like to let everyone know that I was joking...
MkIV's are in no way old school.
Thank you.
 

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Re: Service procedure for DSG (IWantAnA2)

Quote, originally posted by IWantAnA2 »
Service procedure for a the GTI/GLI DSG Transmission:
1) Get car.
2) Imagine it's the greatest thing to ever happen to VWs.
3) In fact, act like it is. To everyone.
4) Get tired of it, then make a post about how you long for the 6 speed manual gearbox.
5) Make a futile attempt to trade '06 GTI/GLI with DSG in on a '07 with manual gearbox.
6) Be completely bewildered with the way vehicles depreciate.
7) Weep softly as you exit dealership.
8) Come to terms that you're stuck with it.
9) Chip the vehicle, APR is recommended.
10) Find out 20,000 miles down the road that the DSG does *NOT* like extra power.
11) Pay out an arm and a leg, plus selling *ALL* your other project cars and taking out a second mortgage to pay for the DSG to be replaced/repaired.
12) Repeat steps 10 and 11 until you can no longer stomach the vehicle.
13) Buy a MkIV, because you think it's old school.

lmao, we'll see how mine's holding up at 20,000
 
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