[200q20v] RE: tranny for 200Q20V (C1J1Miller@aol.com)
Henry A Harper III
hah at srv.net
Thu Sep 14 20:44:59 EDT 2000
On Thursday, September 14, 2000 4:35 PM, david_haupt at agilent.com
[SMTP:david_haupt at agilent.com] wrote:
> I rather expected the warranty query would be responded to with a "no".
> Kinda makes me wonder if I wouldn't be better off getting my current tranny
> rebuilt, but I've heard lots of noise about dissatisfaction with that.
> According to the Bentley, my 1989 has a 4:11 ratio.
? What page is that? I was never able to find the ADZ in there, page vol 2,
page 34-10-1&2 lists the 4.11 AGD used in <88 200q wagons, and then the AOA,
APZ, AUL, AUM 3.89 units used from 1/88-8/89 (AOA, APZ) and 8/89- (AUL, AUM) -
one of each has ProCon-10, the other doesn't. Do you have an early-early MC-1
200q avant with the AGD tranny then?
The family album lists ADZ, ADY along with AOB, AUP, AUN, AOC with 37/9
(4.11:1), and AUL, AUM, APZ, AOA, APZ with 35/9 (3.89:1). for late typ44q. What
is your trunk-sticker option code?
1991 200 quattro, 110k, no tranny noises yet (knock knock)
1988 GTI 16v, 213k, after a couple years added 6-sp kit to original
close-ratio 5-sp, which blew up after a year, pretty happy with a
wide-ratio 5-sp for a couple years now
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