In the case of gearbox damage, the question is always whether and when a repair is still worthwhile. In addition to the actual cost of spare parts, there is always a significant wage. This is due to the fact that the transmission is located between the engine and the drive shafts or cardan shaft. Here you have to disassemble a lot to even get to the transmission in the first place and also reassemble a lot. So even minor defects can be very expensive. This applies to both manual and automatic transmissions. Depending on the age of the car and the residual value, a transmission repair may or may not be worthwhile.
More and more vehicles are equipped with automatic transmissions. In the past, these were simple converters with hydraulics. Quite easy to repair. Modern vehicles have electronically controlled automatic transmissions with some special functions, such as double-clutch transmissions. All manufacturers have their own designations. Volkswagen calls it DSG or Tiptronic, Audi S-Tronic and Multitronic. BMW calls its system Steptronic. Mercedes uses the designations G-Tronic and Autotronic (with number, e.g. 8G-Tronic, 9G-Tronic). PowerShift comes from Ford, Opel uses EF and AF. Tiptronic and PDK - at Porsche, Multidrive and CVT - at Toyota.
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