7 Speed Dsg

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The new DSG differs technically from its 6-speed counterpart, not only in the type of clutch, but also in its seven forward gears. The choice of seven gears was made for the following reasons:

  • In the 7-gear configuration it was possible to lay out the first gear to be shorter; this improves start-off dynamics.
  • Despite its shorter starting gear ratios, the transmission is characterized by gear steps that are comfortable and tightly spaced overall, as well as an overdrive. This seventh gear with a long gear ratio has a positive effect on fuel economy, emissions and low-noise comfort.


Note:
All data and equipment contained in this press release apply to models offered in Germany. They may differ in other countries. All information is subject to change or correction.
TDI, TSI, DSG and Twincharger are registered trademarks of Volkswagen AG or other companies of the Volkswagen Group in Germany and other countries.

7-speed Dsg Automatic W/tiptronic

Seven Speed Direct Shift Gearbox Control Unit (DQ200) This DSG 7 control unit is a very common failure for vehicles built between 2003 – 2016 fitted with the DQ200 Direct Shift Gearbox (DSG). The most common reported symptom is a complete loss of drive due to not being able to select any gears, this will cause the EPC light to remain. The seven-speed DSG transmission was released in 2008, which has a Volkswagen Group internal code of DQ200, and a parts code prefix of 0AM.Before commencing.

7 Speed Dsg

From our experience the DQ200 7 speed dry clutch DSG isin a wordexciting; but not for the reasons you may imagine. To a degree it follows the manufacturers advertising. It is responsive and smooth, accelerating and decelerating to meet the changing demands paced upon it. Audi uses for the same DSG gearboxes, the name S-tronic. In 2009 Audi introduced their own developed 7-speed DSG (S-tronic) gearbox. This S-tronic, called DL501, is developed for longitudinally placed engines and can therefore be used in certain larger Audi models. Seven Speed Direct Shift Gearbox Control Unit (DQ200) This DSG 7 control unit is a very common failure for vehicles built between 2003 – 2016 fitted with the DQ200 Direct Shift Gearbox (DSG). The most common reported symptom is a complete loss of drive due to not being able to select any gears, this will cause the EPC light to remain illuminated and the gear symbols will continually f.

The new DSG differs technically from its 6-speed counterpart, not only in the type of clutch, but also in its seven forward gears. The choice of seven gears was made for the following reasons:

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7 Speed Dsg Gearbox

  • In the 7-gear configuration it was possible to lay out the first gear to be shorter; this improves start-off dynamics.
  • Despite its shorter starting gear ratios, the transmission is characterized by gear steps that are comfortable and tightly spaced overall, as well as an overdrive. This seventh gear with a long gear ratio has a positive effect on fuel economy, emissions and low-noise comfort.

Volkswagen Dsg Gearbox Problems


Note:
All data and equipment contained in this press release apply to models offered in Germany. They may differ in other countries. All information is subject to change or correction.
TDI, TSI, DSG and Twincharger are registered trademarks of Volkswagen AG or other companies of the Volkswagen Group in Germany and other countries.