Hello Audi fans,
While I was reading an old volvo's workshop menu last night; I accidently
discovered something that may be good for all auto transmission Audi owner.
Here is the story. When I fliped over to the transmission chapter; in the
maintenance section there were a list of some maintenance tips for the auto
tranny. Among those tips, there was one that say: >>While the car is stop
at traffic lights or idling more that 30 seconds, one should switch the
selector to the N position to reduce the stress and temperature of the
tranny fluid, and extened the life of the tranny.<<
So that sounds pretty good, but is that really wroks?? Will it hurt the
tranny if always switching between N & D?