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  • #16
    All clear.

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    • #17
      Originally posted by M2ki View Post
      I dont think you need a new ecu on car that is so old.
      Left gearbox mount?
      Does the manual gearbox clear the mount on the body for automatic gearbox?

      I bought a used manual ECU because if you keep the automatic ECU you'll have to jumper the relay which controls the starter lockout.

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      • #18
        More Parts!
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        • #19
          Originally posted by M2ki View Post
          He can't use fwd subframe, because his car don't have the correct mount on the body. See pic and part nr. 3
          He must use qauttro subframe and left quattro gearbox mount.

          Auto box is secured from rear and mount is located in the cardan tunnel.

          Lots of pics from auto->man swap http://www.motortuning-forum.de/boar...istungsupdate/


          I received my left quattro gearbox mount today.
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          • #20
            What should I do with this cable once I have changed my transmission?
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              • #22
                It prevents key removal when not in parking. Disconnect it from ingition lock and see if you can remove your key.


                Originally posted by GarCo20 View Post

                I bought a used manual ECU because if you keep the automatic ECU you'll have to jumper the relay which controls the starter lockout.
                I looked at part numbers and wiring, cant see any difference between auto and manual ECU's.

                Jumper for manual no alarm



                Relay for manual with alarm or auto gearbox.

                Last edited by M2ki; 10th February 2018, 16:17.
                1989 Audi 80 Quattro
                1994 Audi 80 Quattro Competition

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                • #23
                  Originally posted by M2ki View Post
                  It prevents key removal when not in parking. Disconnect it from ingition lock and see if you can remove your key.




                  I looked at part numbers and wiring, cant see any difference between auto and manual ECU's.

                  Jumper for manual no alarm



                  Relay for manual with alarm or auto gearbox.

                  Great! I will disconnect it tomorrow and see if I can remove key. So you think I don't have to jumper the relay that controls the starter lockout if I use my Auto ECU?

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                  • #24
                    Does anyone have the torque specs for the following parts:
                    1.Transmission Case
                    2.Flywheel
                    3.Pressure Plate
                    4.Sealing flange
                    5.Drive Axles
                    6.Gearbox mount

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                    • #25
                      My Cabriolet thread may be helpful in some way - I did a 5 speed swap on it a few years ago:
                      http://www.motorgeek.com/viewtopic.php?f=6&t=42943

                      As for Torque Specs:




                      Some other random torque specs:

                      Bonded rubber bushings to transmission 40 Nm (30 ft lb)
                      Bonded rubber bushings to transmission support 100 Nm (74 ft lb)
                      Shift rod to transmission 20 Nm (15 ft lb)
                      Clutch slave cylinder to transmission 25 Nm (18 ft lb)
                      Tie rod carrier to steering rack 45 Nm (33 ft lb)
                      Drive axle to drive flange 80 Nm (59 ft lb)
                      Front torque arm to body 40 Nm (30 ft lb)
                      Pressure Plate bolts 25 Nm (18 ft lb) *this is from V6 spec - I can't imagine it would be different though
                      Flywheel bolts 40 Nm (30 ft lb) plus 1/2 turn (180 ° )


                      Hope this helps!
                      1994 Cabriolet - 5 speed
                      1995 90
                      2011 A4 Avant
                      1990 CQ - V8 (sold)

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                      • #26
                        Originally posted by Grillage View Post
                        My Cabriolet thread may be helpful in some way - I did a 5 speed swap on it a few years ago:
                        http://www.motorgeek.com/viewtopic.php?f=6&t=42943

                        As for Torque Specs:




                        Some other random torque specs:

                        Bonded rubber bushings to transmission 40 Nm (30 ft lb)
                        Bonded rubber bushings to transmission support 100 Nm (74 ft lb)
                        Shift rod to transmission 20 Nm (15 ft lb)
                        Clutch slave cylinder to transmission 25 Nm (18 ft lb)
                        Tie rod carrier to steering rack 45 Nm (33 ft lb)
                        Drive axle to drive flange 80 Nm (59 ft lb)
                        Front torque arm to body 40 Nm (30 ft lb)
                        Pressure Plate bolts 25 Nm (18 ft lb) *this is from V6 spec - I can't imagine it would be different though
                        Flywheel bolts 40 Nm (30 ft lb) plus 1/2 turn (180 ° )


                        Hope this helps!
                        I appreciate the information you have provided me and the prompt reply. Today I removed the lock cable and I made the reverse lights harness.
                        Thank you for all your help!

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                        • #27
                          My auto transmission is out!

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                          • #28
                            I have made a lot of progress today.

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                            • #29
                              I finally installed my manual gearbox code (AXG).

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                              • #30
                                Was there bushing in the cracnkshaft and did you have remove the autobox rear mount from the tunnel?
                                1989 Audi 80 Quattro
                                1994 Audi 80 Quattro Competition

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