What is an Audi mechatronic unit?

Simply put, the mechatronic unit is a computerised control part of the dual-clutch system. This unique advanced dual-clutch automatic transmission is found in many cars, but mostly Audis and Volkswagens.

How much does a mechatronic unit cost?

A new mechatronic unit is $4000-5000; a new tranny is far worse.

What causes a mechatronic unit to fail?

The IC motor and high-pressure pump are common components for failing on the DCT DSG mechatronic unit. Pressure leaks can cause the high-pressure pump to overwork and burn out. The failure of these two components are however usually secondary issues, which are misdiagnosed as the primary suspects.

Can a mechatronic unit be repaired?

Most faults are associated with a failure of the mechatronics unit. This unit can be replaced with an exchange unit and/or repaired.

How long does it take to replace a mechatronic unit?

How long does it takes to repair the mechatronics unit? Removing, Repairing, Testing and Fitting the mechatronics unit will take 14 – 21 working days.

What is a mechatronic problem?

The mechatronics unit takes electronic signals and converts them into hydraulic power to operate your gearbox. In individual cases, the failure of a component can lead to a pressure loss in the hydraulic part of the gearbox, interrupting the power transmission between engine and gearbox.

How long does it take to replace a mechatronic?

Can DSG mechatronic be repaired?

No matter what the issue, we provide a full array of Mechatronic repair methods which offer a massive saving compared with replacing complete units. A DSG (direct-shift gearbox) is a type of automatic gearbox with two clutches, which few other automatics have.

How do I know if my DSG is faulty?

Common symptoms of faulty DSG transmissions

  1. Sudden loss of power.
  2. Harsh gearshifts.
  3. Failure to select some gears.
  4. Engine stalls at low speeds.
  5. Mechanical noises.
  6. Excessive vibration.

How long does it take to repair the mechatronic?