Audi R8 R-Tronic
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Accumulator – Audi R8 R-Tronic
The accumulator is responsible to store the pressure of the Audi R-Tronic system for later access by the actuators. The bladder type accumulator has two cells: one cell storing the hydraulic fluid and one cell containing a gas to create counterpressure. Both cells are separated by a membrane. These accumulators have a certain life span and a common fail is that the gas leaks out of it's cell which makes the system unable to store pressure. In a lot of such cases, the pump appears to prime permanently. We offer the brand new OEM part.
Gear sensor – Audi R8 R-Tronic
The R-Tronic gear sensors (potentiometers) are responsible to detect the current state of the gear engagement. There are two of these sensors installed on the R-Tronic actuator. A faulty sensor can prevent the car to engage gears or shift. We sell an original spare part from Magneti Marelli.
Pentosin CHF 11S
Pentosin CHF 11S is a synthetic high performance hydraulic fluid for life-time application in modern vehicle aggregates. Pentosin CHF 11S is especially designed for hydraulics in the automotive industry with the highest technical requirements such as in: power steering, level control, shock absorber, hydro-pneumatic suspension, stability and traction control, hydraulics for convertible tops, central lock systems, etc. It is suitable for all extreme conditions and guarantees full performance from -40 Degree Celsius to over 130 Degree Celsius system temperature. Pentosin CHF 11S meets DIN 51 524T3 and ISO 7308 specification standards.
Pressure sensor – Audi R8 R-Tronic
The pressure sensor is responsible to detect the hydraulic pressure in the accumulator of the R-Tronic system. This is an original and brandnew spare part.
Pump motor – Audi R8 R-Tronic
[tabs] [tab title="The problem" start=open] The pump supplies the hydraulic pressure for the different consumers (actuators) of the Audi R-Tronic transmission and stores it in the pressure accumulator. The pump consists of a small gear pump and the powering electric motor. Depending on the year of construction, the electric motor used by Audi is a vulnerability and likely to fail due to its location in a high temperature area. [/tab] [tab title="Our motor"] Our motor comes directly from the original equipment manufacturer (OEM) for Audi. Various car manufacturers purchase their parts directly from this supplier. The motor meets highest expectations of quality and enables a sporty style of driving with frequent shifting. [/tab] [tab title="Installation"] The motor can be changed easily as it is only attached by two screws to the pump head. It is not necessary to remove the entire pump but however sometimes helpful. [/tab] [/tabs]