I'm really hoping this doesn't happen to my car. Do not drain or top up oil. Guess who did the last service? My Edition 30 had this problem after only 3 k miles, the mechatronics unit was replaced, no fault codes were logged, it was just the way the car drove, the tech actually drove my car when we went out in it. Or is there somewhere else that anyone could recommend in the North West? You may notice grinding or bad fuel economy. The forks are actuated hydraulically on the direct shift gearbox, not by selector rods. Mine is an '08 and it was included. They consist of a control device and control valve assembly together with individual sensors and actuators.
The cover prevents dirt getting in. The annoying thing is the car is an 07 plate and has only done 54000 miles so I wouldn't have expected any issues with the gearbox just yet. The nested clutch levers in this are clever and patented. I also have a '08 plate with 21k now. The source of the failure in the mechatronics unit itself is commonly a solenoid issue. The hydraulic control unit then implements the shift commands in a complex sequence of individual, precisely coordinated actions. You're more likely to shit a diamond then walk outside and be given a winning euro millions ticket by 1,000 naked models who will only accept sex in return for the lottery ticket.
Do not damage rubber grommets of clutch actuators when doing this. Oil which has been drained out cannot be filled again — Remove bolts -B- in diagonal sequence. Really frustrating, been to the dealers three times and with the master tech in the car not once has it played up with them to witness it! Two weeks lead time to having a new unit btw. Feeling frustrated at my lovely car that doesnt deserve the swearing twitch wrote:Hi guys, Please advise or share your stories on your experience on having your mechatronic unit replaced. Caution It is not possible to check the fill level of the hydraulic fluid section of the mechatronic unit for dual clutch gearbox -J743-. Make sure that the gear actuators are adjusted correctly: Caution Risk of damaging mechatronic unit for dual clutch gearbox -J743-.
I had a reconditioned one fitted to my car by a specialist and it works perfectly. The fault will always become more permanent with time though. So I went out and bought another leather seats, rather than Recaros, and it's not as good as the old one, but it is an R32. Fitted retainers may also have to be removed. Thanks Gaz I'm sure the mech unit has been discussed on here a year or two ago and if I remember correctly, there are companies who can fix rather than replace for around the £600 mark. N88 Solenoid Valve 1 N89 Solenoid Valve 2 N90 Solenoid Valve 3 N91 Solenoid Valve 4 N92 Solenoid Valve 5 Circuit boards, whole Mechatronic units are available upon request.
I'd read enough here to think that it might have been a problem with the mechatronic unit. Tester moves all gear actuators »into neutral position«. Hi guys, I know this topic has been covered many many times. Slithering, wretched, scheming, sly underhanded snakes. They make up the central control unit.
And this is exactly how the mechatronics module is structured with the electronic transmission control unit, various sensors and the hydraulic control unit all forming one compact entity. But if they fail, the tranny will go into self-protect mode, and you will be stranded. Electrostatic discharge can seriously damage the control unit and mechatronic unit. Bugger i thought it was only the older boxes that had this problem. Might be worth checking it out as yet another option.
The dealers i have been to have all said they have mapped the gearbox and done the changes needed yet it needs only one week and i'm back to the problem. Rubber grommets must seal properly against mechatronic unit. What month was the car purchased? When and covering what years? It's done about 20,000 miles. I have exactly the same problem but it only occurs when the gearbox is warm. As for miles vs mech wear the seals degrade which is why they fail so its not so much down to miles its done more about how old it is. A »new« mechatronic unit is correctly filled with oil.
Note Carry out subsequent bleeding when: brake pedal travel is too long or so-called »soft brake pedal« Subsequent bleeding requires the assistance of a second mechanic. Hi guys, Thanks for sharing and the advice. Ive just had a read of that site you posted JonnyG. Including having to cut the front end off and weld a whole new front end on due to chronic rush diagnosed when I had two stereos go bang due to water ingress. Slightly turn one wheel to ease the movement of the selector forks.
Cheers Wayne:bebored: Thanks, they still have not come back to me, i will chase them up sometime soon :slug:. Mechatronic unit failure can be identified from dashboard warning light: 1. This stops lever from slipping out when turning. To do this, pull locking mechanism upwards -arrow-. Thanks for your video's, they're great! This is just from memory though so could be wrong. All 4 supports of lifting platform must be at same height.