Audi 100

1982-1990 of release

Repair and operation of the car

Audi 100
+ 1.1. Governing bodies and devices
+ 2. Technical characteristics
+ 3. Engines
+ 4. Cooling system
+ 5. Exhaust system
+ 6. Power supply system
- 7. Transmission
   + 7.1. Coupling
   + 7.2. Mechanical drive of switching off of coupling
   + 7.3. Hydraulic drive
   - 7.4. Transmission
      - 7.4.1. Four-speed transmission of type 014 Removal and dismantling Dismantling and assembly of primary shaft Dismantling and assembly of a secondary shaft Assembly and dismantling of the synchronizer Dismantling and assembly of differential Assembly of a transmission Selection of thickness of adjusting rings of back bearings Gear shifting lever Adjustment and installation of the mechanism of management of gear shifting
      + 7.4.2. Five-speed transmission of type 013 or 093
      + 7.4.3. Five-speed transmission of types 016 and 012
      + 7.4.4. Mechanism of management of gear shifting of KP of 016 type
      + 7.4.5. Automatic transmission
   + 7.5. Drive of forward wheels
+ 8. Running gear
+ 9. Steering
+ 10. Brake system
+ 11. Body
+ 12. Electric equipment Assembly and dismantling of the synchronizer

1. To remove the blocking rings from the synchronizer.
2. To mark position of the coupling concerning a nave.
3. To remove springs and to take out crackers from nave grooves.
4. To remove the coupling from a nave.
5. To check a gap between gear wheels and the corresponding blocking rings (a) which for rings of the synchronizer 1 and 2nd of transfers there have to be 1,10–1,70 mm, and for rings of the synchronizer of the 3rd and 4th transfers of 1,35-1,90 mm (minimum admissible gap of 0,5 mm). Otherwise the blocking ring needs to be replaced.
6. To put on the coupling a nave according to earlier made tags.
7. To insert crackers into nave grooves.
8. To establish from two parties of a nave of a spring. Thus the unbent end of one of springs has to be inserted into one of crackers, and the unbent end of the second spring has to be established in any other cracker. Thus the direction of a round of the second spring has to be opposite to the first.
9. To establish the blocking rings so that crackers entered the grooves which are available in rings.