Eos (1F7) V6-3.2L (BUB) (2008)
Fluid Pump: Service and Repair
To date, the experience from Volkswagen shows: The oil pump has never been faulty and to date, there was never the need to remove the oil pump
from any transmission. In your case as well, you are not instructed to remove the pump.
However, the wish for a description of removal and installation will be fulfilled here.
Special tools, testers and auxiliary items required
‹› Torque wrench (VAG 1331)
‹› Used oil collection and extraction device (VAG 1782 )
The oil pump can be replaced without removing transmission. Vehicle must be raised and any covers installed on bottom of front end must be
removed. Control arm to strut connection does not need to be separated. Drive axle also does not have to be removed. You do not need to "perform
basic calibration". Only Direct Shift Gear (DSG) oil and pump cover must be replaced.
Remove noise insulation.
Remove lower part of left front wheel housing liner.
Place the used oil collection and extraction device (VAG 1782) under the transmission.
In regard to contaminated oil, also observe information on changing the oil filter, refer to => [ Oil Filter Change - Yes or
No ? ] See: Description and Operation/02E Transmission/General Repair Information.
Remove plug - A - near pendulum support.
Up to transmission production date "September 20, 2004", transmissions with two plugs were installed.
A plastic overflow tube is located in this hole (removed with 8 mm socket, tightening specification: 3 Nm). Its length determines the oil level in the
Remove this overflow tube.
Reinstall overflow tube and tighten to 3 Nm.