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Audi Automatic Transmission Parts

Audi, a trustworthy auto brand, is globally esteemed for producing some of the most quality driven automobiles with luxury based features right from their headquarters, in Germany. Audi’s four-ringed branded logo gives homage to their main philosophy, "Progress through Technology.” This is Audi’s ethos and has helped to elevate their design team into creating the company into one of the most sought after vehicle brands in the auto industry. Audi’s always-progressive standards are built into every one of their vehicles and products, even in their automatic transmission parts and components. The automatic transmission in your Audi consists of gears, bands, and clutches. It is responsible for managing a great deal of your vehicle. Through an assembly of gradually increasing gears, your automatic transmission must coin in with your engine crankshaft and distribute power to your drive shaft and then on to your Audi’s wheels. A pump, through numerous channels, manages your vehicle’s transmission fluid and valves. This pump operates in high pressure and heat in order to lubricate, cool down and control your different transmission parts. When your Audi’s transmission starts to leak, smell terrible, or even slip, there are some things you can do at home to better diagnose the specific problem to find the faulty system or parts. On some of Audi’s older transmissions, they came with a vacuum modulator diaphragm that was fit into the side of your transmission’s housing. In an older Audi, you should first examine the vacuum lines there for any cracks or disengagement. FCP Euro has widespread collection of Audi automatic transmission parts and components, as well as all of your Audi’s general parts.

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There are also some shifting issues in your Audi that can be resolved by correctly adjusting your throttle valve cable, if it is has one. Shift solenoids are not difficult to replace on most modern day Audi makes. You can gain access to them through the service pan. Look to your Audi’s manufacturer directions in your manual. You should also frequently service your transmission to see if there are any issues you can detect before they get worse over time. Also, inspect your cooling system, as your radiator cools the transmission and overheating will damage your vehicle’s transmission quickly. You should also check all of your Audi’s fluid levels in general to ensure they are at the proper operating levels. Remember, all fluids are not the same and using the incorrect fluid can permanently damage your transmission. Always look to Audi’s directions and do not take any short cuts. FCP Euro's exceptional and fervent call center team is always ready and willing to help out with any support or questions you have. If you would like information to help find out which automatic transmission part works perfectly in your Audi, FCP has a colossal inventory for the Audi brand. Check out FCP Euro’s website for all products, as well as our continuously updating catalog. If you have questions, would like to put in a phone order, or just have feedback, do not hesitate to give FCP Euro a call at 877-634-0063 to connect with our service friendly team.

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