Removing

1. Remove the transmission underbody cladding.

2. Remove the position switch (refer to page 37-101).

3. Disconnect the connector from the transmission socket. To do this, turn the bayonet lock to the left and disconnect the connector:

6. Mark the push-on sleeves for re-installation and pull off from the solenoid valves.

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Installing

1. Push the push-on sleeves for the solenoid valves up to the stop. Pay attention to cable colors.

Installing

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4. Unscrew the hexagon nut for the transmission socket with a suitable extension.

5. Remove the hydraulic control unit with wiring harness (also refer to page 38-109 ).

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4. Unscrew the hexagon nut for the transmission socket with a suitable extension.

5. Remove the hydraulic control unit with wiring harness (also refer to page 38-109 ).

Solenoid valves

Cable colors

A

Solenoid valve 1

(grey-violet)

B

Solenoid valve 2

(green-violet)

C

Solenoid valve 3

(red-violet)

D

Pressure regulator

(blue-violet)

2. Route wiring harness and hang in cable clamps.

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3. Place hydraulic control unit on a suitable surface (e.g. transmission jack) at installation height.

4. Insert the socket with new O-ring so that the flattened side faces upwards. Tighten hexagon nut with 12 Nm (9 ftlb).

6. Connect wiring harness with transmission socket. To do this, carefully insert the connector in the socket (fits only in one position) and lock by turning the bayonet lock to the right.

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7. Install the position switch and readjust.

5. Install hydraulic control unit.

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