Audi Manual Transmission Parts
Audi Manual Transmission Parts
Audi is a top tier auto brand with a long history of producing quality driven parts with superior engineering from their headquarters, in Germany. They are a globally recognized brand notorious for constructing some of the best luxury vehicles in the industry. Their logo spotlight’s their central philosophy, "Progress through Technology.” This is Audi’s ethos and has elevated the company into becoming one of the most esteemed vehicle brands on the globe. Audi’s high level of standards are added into every vehicle and product that they manufacture, even in their manual transmission parts and components. Some vehicles have manual transmissions that are four or six-speed while some SUV transmissions have a dual range that goes from low to high. This also depends on the gear used. Though a manual transmission does not usually to break down, it is a good idea to know what to look for or how to troubleshoot some of the issues when this does occur. If your Audi’s shift lever has become harder to shift through your gears, the may be in your vehicle’s linkage or shift assembly. At times, a bent or misaligned shift rod can force this difficult shifting. Stiff shifting may also be the result of your clutch linkage, when it does not release it clutch, totally. If your Audi’s transmission randomly pops out of gear when your vehicle is in motion and the shift lever is put into neutral, this can mean it a faulty shifter assembly or a worn out clutch pilot bearing. Other issues that may force your Audi’s manual transmission to pop out of gear include a lot of play in your countershaft and output shaft, too much wear on the shift fork or shift rails, or a worn out synchronizer spring. FCP Euro has the best Audi manual transmission parts and components, including all of your Audi’s general components for every part of the vehicle.
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It is a good idea to keep an ear out for any abnormal sounds. For example, if your Audi's manual transmission is making unusual sounds while in neutral, you may have to just replace your input shaft bearing, which is located in front of your transmission. Make sure that your Audi has enough oil in it, as well. If you notice a noise that sounds like whining while driving, examine the oil level. Pour some new oil in your Audi and take it for a test drive to see if this was the problem. If your Audi’s gears are not shifting easy and your transmission is not making noises, you should replace the synchronizers. These "syncs" allow you to switch gears easily when working correctly. FCP Euro's clever and obsessive call center team is always ready to lend a hand with any support or questions you have. If you would like information to help find out which manual transmission part works the best in your Audi, FCP has a large supply 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.