Passat Sedan V6-3.6L (BLV) (2008)
Valve Body: Service and Repair
Do not run the engine with the oil pan removed or without Automatic Transmission Fluid (ATF) and do not tow the vehicle.
‹› The valve body or wiring harnesses can also be removed with the transmission installed.
‹› Install seals lubricated with ATF. Other lubricating substances lead to functional problems in the hydraulic transmission control.
‹› Always replace a contaminated or faulty valve body.
‹› Do not use fluffy cloths!
‹› After installing the oil pan, the ATF level must be checked and topped off if necessary. Refer to => [ Automatic Transmission Fluid Level,
Checking and Filling ] See: Fluid - A/T/Service and Repair/Automatic Transmission Fluid Level, Checking and Filling.
Special tools, testers and auxiliary items required
‹› Torque Wrench (5-50 Nm) (V.A.G 1331)
‹› Digital Torque Wrench (V.A.G 1756)
Remove the oil filter. Refer to => [ Oil Filter ] See: Fluid Filter - A/T/Service and Repair.
Disconnect the connector from the solenoid valves - item 1 - through - item 8 -, in => [ Wire Routing, Connectors and Bracket on Valve Body ]
See: Wire Routing, Connectors and Bracket on Valve Body.
To unlock the connector housing on the solenoid valves, use a flat head screwdriver with a 2.5 mm shaft diameter.
If a harness connector is damaged, the wiring harness or valve body with solenoid valves must be replaced.
Disconnect the connectors - items A and B - in => [ Wire Routing, Connectors and Bracket on Valve Body ] See: Wire Routing, Connectors and
Bracket on Valve Body.
Remove the bracket for the connectors - items 1 and 2 - in => [ Bracket for Connectors,
Securing the Wires ] See: Wire Routing, Connectors and Bracket on Valve Body.
Disconnect the transmission fluid temperature sensor (G93) connector and carefully remove it from the valve body.
Remove the shift lever - 1 - from the selector shaft.