Self Study Program 851503 – 6-Speed Automatic Transmission 09G 09M
The Japanese automatic transmission manufacturer AISIN Co., LTD is the developer and manufacturer of the 09G transmission. Volkswagen engineers developed the transmission in conjunction with Aisin and adapted it to Volkswagen vehicles.
The 09G/09M 6-speed automatic transmission is installed in the following Volkswagen vehicles:
- 09G 184 lbs-ft (250 Nm) 2005 Jetta/New Beetle
- 09G 184 lbs-ft (250 Nm) 2006 Passat
- 09M 332 lbs-ft (450 Nm) 2006 Passat
The transmission is adapted for use with different engines and vehicles by varying:
The number of disc pairs for clutches and brakes
- The adaptation of the ATF pressure on the clutches and brakes
- The configuration of gear pairs, planetary gear sets (e. g. four instead of three planetary gears), shafts and bearings
- The reinforcement of housing components
- The ratio of the final drive and the intermediate drive
- The size of the torque converter
- The torque converter characteristic curve of the torque boost (conversion
factor or conversion boost)
- The selector lever
- The ignition key removal lock
- 6-Speed Automatic Transmission 09G/09M
- Selector Lever
- Selector Lever Positions and Operation, Selector Lever Design in 2004 Golf, Selector Lever Design in 2004 Eurovan, Ignition Key Removal Lock in 2004 Golf, Ignition Key Removal Lock in 2004 Eurovan
- Transmission Design
- Transmission Section 09G, Transmission Section 09G – Schematic, Planetary Gear/Shifting Elements, Torque Converter, Torque Converter Lock-Up Clutch, ATF Supply/Lubrication, Section – Automatic Transmission, Park Lock, Hydraulic Control, Torque Flow
- System Overview
- Example: 2004 Golf
- Transmission Control
- Transmission Control Module (TCM) J217, Dynamic Shifting Program DSP, Sport Mode “S”, Emergency Running Mode, Towing, Starter Interlock, Back-up Light, Sensors, Actuators, Solenoid Valves, Electrical Pressure Control Valves, 2004 Golf Functional Diagram, 2004 EuroVan Functional Diagram, 2004 Golf CAN Databus Connections
- Special Tools
- Knowledge Assessment
The Self-Study Program provides you with information
regarding designs and functions.
The Self-Study Program is not a Repair Manual!
For maintenance and repair work, always refer to the
current technical literature.