If your car is brand new and in pristine condition, why would you want to replace the entire Audi DSG transmission? There are many reasons. Perhaps you have a late model car and the gearshifts are stuck or the shifts are confused. You might have a manual car with no shift knob and an automatic car that just love to go faster without any reason at all.
The easiest solution to this problem is to replace the whole transmission. Not only will you be replacing the entire car transmission but the engine as well. This is not something that most of us are able to do since it is quite difficult to remove the engine and put the transmission back together. Not only does this cost a lot of money, but it is also very difficult to do it yourself without any troubles.
Replacing the transmission may seem like a daunting task but if you have the proper tools and know how to perform the job, you can finish the job in a few hours without much hassle. If you decide to tackle the job yourself, then you should check out Audi’s aftermarket site for a complete list of the tools you need. There is nothing wrong with replacing the transmission on a brand new car; however, there is something wrong with a factory new car.