Vw Dsg Gearbox

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General Information about this Transmission can be found in the Wikipedia entry. Additional information can be found in the Official Factory Repair Information and sources such as Bentley Publisher's VW SSP (Self-Study Program 851403) and Bentley Publisher's Audi SSP (Self-Study Program 951403).

Link to press release; Again in 2002, Volkswagen produced the Golf R32 in Europe. It was the world's first production car with a dual-clutch gearbox (DSG) — available for the German market.Due to unexpected popularity, Volkswagen decided to sell the car in the United States and Australia as the 2004 model year Volkswagen R32. VW had a lot of bad press back then around DSG and few other incidents, and increased the transmission warranty to 5 years. It may or may not apply to your specific vehicle though – depending on the exact year, and when they started and stopped the offer.

Coding

  • When replacing this Mechatronic unit, simply copy the coding from the original Auto-Scan and paste it into the New Coding section of the replacement followed by clicking [Do it!].
  • If the original Coding is unknown, coding information can be found in the pop-up balloon within the VCDS [Coding-07] function.


Basic Setting

Prerequisites:

  • Fluid Temperature 30...100 °C (86...210 °F), see Measuring Blocks, Group 019. (Fluid Level needs to be correct!)
  • Selector Lever in P
  • Ignition ON
  • Engine ON (Idling) for one minute or more
  • Brake Pedal operated (hold for the whole procedure)
  • Throttle Pedal not operated
  • Cruise control is switched OFF

NOTE: Be sure to perform the following steps in the sequence shown, followed by the defined test drive.

[Select]
[02 - Transmission]
[Basic Settings - 04]

Transmission Tolerances (Engaged Calibration)

Group 061
[Go!]

  • When you go to Basic Settings 061 and click GO the screen may look like this: Basic Settings 061
  • Wait until the numbers quit moving and the trans will quit making noises. Basic Settings switches to On when finished: Basic Settings 061

Wait until Basic Settings has switched to ON and all numbers have stopped moving. This may take one minute.

Transmission Tolerances (Synch. Point. Measurement)

Group 060
[Go!]

  • When you go to Basic Settings 060 and click GO the screen may look like this: Basic Settings 060
  • Wait until the numbers quit moving and the trans will quit making noises. Basic Settings switches to On when finished: Basic Settings 060

Wait until Basic Settings has switched to ON and all numbers have stopped moving.

Clutch Adaptation

Control Module Software Version < 0800:

Group 062
[Go!]
Activate the Basic Setting.
[ON/OFF/Next]

Special notes.

  • When found in the early software level (0627/0628) (8N) Audi TT:
    • Basic Settings group 062 may take several minutes to complete. The final values may report: [18 18 .285 .24] and Basic Settings will report ON when finished.
    • If Basic Settings group 062 reports ERROR: Group 062 Not Available try test driving the vehicle and repeating at normal operating temp.

Internal Ref: ST?ID=66725 and E?ID=309867

Control Module Software Version >= 0800 :

Group 067
[Go!]
Activate the Basic Setting.
[ON/OFF/Next]

Reset Values (Clutch Safety Function)

Group 068
[Go!]
Activate the Basic Setting.
[ON/OFF/Next]

Reset Values (Pressure Adaptation)

Group 065
[Go!]
Activate the Basic Setting.
[ON/OFF/Next]

Reset Values (Steering Wheel Paddle Installation)

Group 063
[Go!]
Activate the Basic Setting.
[ON/OFF/Next]

Reset Values (ESP & Tip Cruise Control Installation)

Group 069
[Go!]
Activate the Basic Setting.
[ON/OFF/Next]

[Done, Go Back]
Switch off Ignition, wait 10 Seconds and switch it back on.
[Fault Codes - 02]
Check and clear fault codes after successful test.
[Close Controller, Go Back - 06]
Perform the Defined Test Drive.

Special Procedures

Defined Test Drive

Suggested test drive after replacing the mechatronic or successful basic setting.
Prerequisites:

  • Fluid Temperature 30...100 °C (86...210 °F), see Measuring Blocks, Group 019.
  • Do Not use Cruise Control.

Drive in Tiptronic Mode from stand still up to 6th Gear.
While doing that make sure to drive in Gears 3 or 5 for approx. 5 minutes and also in 4 or 6 for approx. 5 minutes.
The engine speed window for all gears is 1200 - 3500 RPM (for clutch calibration).
Perform one sharp braking followed by a full throttle acceleration (oil return check) while in Drive, Not Tiptronic Mode.
Evaluate creep and starting-off points.
Check for leaks.

NOTE: If the test drive cannot be performed in the recommended way or the necessary time, any remaining adaptations will be performed automatically during normal driving.

Special Notes

  • Some modules do not require the use if the [ON/OFF/Next] button. If an Error is displayed after clicking the button, or the Basic Settings status does not switch to On, let the selected group and procedure finish on its own.
  • It is normal for the transmission to make noise while the tolerances are adapting. Do not exit or abort the Basic Settings sequence prematurely if you hear clacking noises.
  • Customers with TDI's have reported that an RPM range of 2000-2500 rpm is sufficient.


Replacement

Replacement Mechatronic units should be ordered by VIN based on PR Codes to confirm vehicle compatibility.

  • Run and save a complete Auto-Scan and save it prior to Mechatronic unit removal. See the Online Manual Auto-Scan.
  • Enter the original Coding into the New Coding section of the replacement controller.
  • Complete Basic Settings
  • Complete the Defined Test Drive
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VW Passat (3C)
Source: Thomas Doerfer
Information
Manufacturer:Volkswagen AG
Chassis Code:3C/AN
Platform:VW46X
Model Years:from 2006
Model Years (US):from 2006
Predecessor:VW Passat (3B)
Successor:None
Interface Hardware
HEX-V2, HEX-NET, HEX+CAN, Micro-CAN
DLC Location

The DLC is located in the Driver Footwell.

We have 'small' list of Common Modifications & Tweaks for the VW Golf/Jetta/Bora (1K/5M) that apply to the 2010 and older Passat.

We also have 'small' list of Common Modifications & Tweaks which apply to the VW Passat (3C/AN) MY 2011 only and VW Passat CC (35/AN) MY 2011 and up.

General Information about this Model can be found in the Wikipedia entry.

[01] - Engine Electronics

Gasoline Engines

  • 1.6l MPI (BSE/BSF):
  • 1.6l FSI (BLF):
  • 2.0l FSI (BLR/BLX/BLY/BVX/BVY/BVZ):
  • 2.0l TFSI (AXX/BGB/BPJ/BPY/BWA):
    • Label File (06F-907-115-AXX.LBL)
  • 3.2l FSI (AXZ):
  • 3.6l FSI (BLV):
    • Label File (03H-906-032-BLV.LBL)

Diesel Engines

  • 1.9l TDI (BKC/BLS/BXE):
  • 2.0l TDI (BKP/BMA/BMP/BMR/BVD/BVE/BUZ/BWV):

[02] - Transmission Electronics

  • 6-Speed Direct Shift Gearbox (DSG/02E):
    • Label File (02E-300-0xx.LBL)
  • 6-Speed Automatic Transmission (09G):
    • Label File (09G-927-750.LBL)
  • 7-Speed Direct Shift Gearbox (DSG/0AM)
    • Label File 0AM-300-04x.lbl

[03] - Brake Electronics

  • Brake Electronics (< MY 2007)
    • Label File (3C0-614-095-C2.LBL)
  • Brake Electronics (MY 2008 >)
    • Label File (3C0-614-109-C4.LBL)

[08] - Heating/Air Conditioning

  • Climatic:
  • Climatronic:

[09] - Central Electronics

  • Central Electronics
    • Label File (3C0-937-049-23-H.LBL - 17/21/23 Byte - Highline)
    • Label File (3C0-937-049-23-M.LBL - 17/21/23 Byte - Midline)
    • Label File (3C0-937-049-30-H.LBL - 30 Byte - Highline)
    • Label File (3C0-937-049-30-M.LBL - 30 Byte - Midline)
  • Subsystem: Wiper
  • Subsystem: Rain/Light Sensor

[0F] - Radio (Digital)

  • Sirius
    • Label File (8E0-035-593-SIR.LBL)
  • XM
    • Label File (8E0-035-593-XM.LBL)

[13] - Distance Regulation

[15] - Airbag

  • Label File (3C0-909-605.LBL)

[16] - Steering Wheel

[17] - Instrument Cluster

[18] - Auxiliary Heating

[19] - CAN-Gateway

  • Label File (3C0-907-530.LBL)

[1C] - Position Sensing

[22] - All-Wheel-Drive

[25] - Immobilizer

This model uses Immobilizer Generation 4D which is integrated as part of the Comfort Control Module (J393).

  • Replacement
  • Label File (3C0-959-433-25.LBL)

[36] - Seat Adjustment (Driver)

  • Label File (3C0-959-760.lbl Label File]

[37] - Navigation

  • Navigation System (RNS-MFD2 CD)
    • Label File (1T0-919-887.lbl Label File]
  • Navigation System (RNS-MFD2 DVD)
    • Label File (1K0-919-887.lbl Label File]

[3D] - Special Functions

[42] - Door Electronics Driver

[44] - Steering Assist

Note: The Steering Angle Sensor (G85) Calibration is done in address [03 - ABS Brakes]

[46] - Comfort System

  • Label File (3C0-959-433-46.CLB)

[47] - Sound System

  • Label File (3C0-035-456.lbl Label File]

[52] - Door Electronics Passenger

[53] - Parking Brake

If you are unsure which Generation is installed, check the Control Module Identification.
EPB stands for Generation II, EPB3 for Generation III and EPB4 for Generation IV.

  • Parking Brake (Generation II / < MY 2007)
    • Label File (3C0-907-801-53.LBL)

Dealer parts departments may no longer carry the EPB3 modules because they have been superseded with the newer EPB4 modules. The Coding of the replacement modules will likely not be the same as the Coding in the old module but the Coding charts in VCDS should be applicable.

  • Parking Brake (Generation III / MY 2008 - 2010)
    • Label File (5N0-907-801.LBL)
  • Parking Brake (Generation IV / MY 2011 >)
    • Label File (3AA-907-801.LBL)

[55] - Headlight Aim Control

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Dsg
  • Label File (5M0-907-357.LBL)

[56] - Radio (Analog)

  • Radio Systems Generation 6 (R 100 und RCD 300/300+/500)
    • Label File (1K0-035-1xx-56.LBL)
  • Radio System (RNS-MFD2 CD)
    • Label File (1T0-035-095.LBL)
  • Radio System (RNS-MFD2 DVD)
    • Label File (1K0-035-095.LBL)

[5D] - Operations

  • Label File (3C0-035-151.LBL)

[62] - Door Electronics Rear Left

[65] - Tire Pressure Monitoring

[69] - Trailer

[6C] - Back-Up Camera

  • Label File (7L6-907-441.LBL)

[6D] - Trunk Electronics

[72] - Door Electronics Rear Right

[76] - Parking Aid

[77] - Telephone

  • Telephone (Low)(PR-9W8)
  • Telephone (Premium)(PR-9ZW)

[7D] - Auxiliary Heater


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