Accumulator breakdown in mechatronics DSG 7 DQ200
Principle of operation:
In mechatronics DSG 7, a hydraulic pump pushes oil through a filter to a hydraulic accumulator, which maintains oil pressure in the system when the pump is off.
The walls of the housing at the point of attachment of the accumulator are too thin, which leads to the formation of cracks, loss of pressure in the system and the failure of the mechatronics itself.
Replacing the valve body is a complex, expensive job that does not guarantee the absence of future breakdowns. Attempts to save money by purchasing cheap analogs of the valve body lead to unnecessary risk and loss of money.
Our unique repair kit allows you to completely restore a broken valve body.
In most cases, the mechatronics module can be removed in a garage and the automatic transmission can be repaired right on the spot.
If such a possibility is excluded, our solution is still simpler and more reliable than replacing the valve body plate, which requires a complete disassembly of the mechatronics.
No programming is required either before or after installing the repair kit.
The hydraulic accumulator is attached to the damaged housing and completely restores the mechatronics hydraulic system.
After the repair, the pressure in the system is restored, completely normalizing the operation of the mechatronics.