Audi A3: Transmission
The transmission is one of the most expensive components on the Audi A3, and it is not your typical slushbox automatic, but an advanced automated, dual clutch, manual transmission. It’s a complicated part that is critical to the operation of your vehicle, with computers, electronics, hydraulics, and mechanical elements that all have to work together. The dealership may charge $100 an hour, just to diagnose problem with your Audi, and even more money to fix it if it is no longer under warranty. Transmission issues can include grinding noise, jerking, getting stuck into gears, or not being able to even move the lever out of “park.” Before going to the dealership, give this article a read; maybe you will be able to glean the culprit, and possibly even fix it yourself.
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