Gearbox Audi DL382

The Audi DL382 7-speed robotic transmission with a pair of wet clutches has been produced by the concern since 2015 and is installed on models with front-wheel drive like 0CK, all-wheel drive like 0CL or Ultra Quattro like 0CJ. There is a reinforced version of the DL382+ gearbox with the index 0HL for engines up to 500 Nm of torque.

DSG-7 family: DQ200, DQ381, DQ500, DL382, DL501.

Specifications

Production years since 2015
Type robotic transmission
Number of gears 7
Type of drive front / all wheel
Engine volume, l up to 3.0
Torque output, Nm up to 400 (500)
Recommended oil G055 529 A2 + G055 549 A2
Oil capacity, liter 3.5 + 3.8
Replacing the oil every 60,000 km
Replacing the filter every 60,000 km
Gearbox lifespan, km ~300 000
Weight, kg 110

Gear ratios Audi DL382

Using the example of a Audi A4 2017 with a 2.0 TSI engine:

Main 4.234
1st 3.188
2nd 2.190
3rd 1.517
4th 1.057
5th 0.738
6th 0.557
7th 0.433
Reverse 2.750

The transmission was installed on:

  • Audi A4 B9 (8W) since 2015;
  • Audi A5 2 (F5) since 2016;
  • Audi A6 C8 (4K) since 2018;
  • Audi A7 C8 (4K) since 2018;
  • Audi Q5 2 (FY) since 2017;
  • Volkswagen Phideon 1 (3E) since 2016.

Disadvantages of the Audi DL382 gearbox

  • The main problem with such gearboxes is the rapid wear of the clutch kit.
  • The mechatronics solenoids become clogged with wear products and the manual transmission begins to push.
  • The service life of an electric pump in mechatronics rarely exceeds 150,000 km.
  • Another weak point is the clutch and differential drum bearings.
  • Also, the electronic control board and sensor module often fail.

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