Self Study Program 241 – The Audi allroad quattro with additional shift stage
Self Study Program 241 – The Audi allroad quattro with additional shift stage PDF. Audi allroad quattro – the best of both worlds. After a 20 year history of four-wheel drive, Audi presents the allroad quattro. For the first time, a production model with off-road capability.
The Audi allroad quattro is the synthesis of the classic estate and the traditional off-road vehicle. It combines the outstanding driving dynamics of the Audi A6 with the off-road capability of a four-wheel drive.
The Audi allroad quattro is the embodiment of a new vehicle category, the so-called “allroader”.
Featuring the proven quattro drive, the improved running gear with ”4-level air suspension”, the optional ”low range” additional shift stage and the changes to the bodywork and the interior, the Audi allroad quattro combines two previously separate vehicle categories thereby offering ”the best of both worlds”.
- allroad quattro
- Design features/vehicle design
- Technical data and dimensions
- Running gear
- Bodywork and electronics
- Poor surface measures
- Power flow in the drive train
- quattro drive
- Clutch actuation
- Additional shift stage
- System overview
- Additional shift stage design construction
- Power flow
- Electrohydraulic control
- Diagram of hydraulic system
- Hydraulic regulator
- Shift positions/shift process
- Error functions
- Electronic control
- Travel sensor system
- CAN information exchange
- ESP in the Audi allroad quattro
- Function diagram
- Self-diagnosis of the additional shift stage
- Special tools
The self-study programme will provide you with information on the design and functions of the different assemblies/systems.
The self-study programme is not intended as a workshop manual.
For maintenance and repairs please refer to the current technical literature.
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Self-diagnosis: Workshop Manual Audi A6 1998 >
6-speed manual gearbox 01E, four wheel drive self diagnosis.