Audi A5 Transmission Fluid Capacity and Transmission Fluid Type


It’s a two-for-one deal with transmission fluid, which is fantastic. We like it. It serves as both a lubricant and a coolant in the transmission. Pressurized fluid in an automatic gearbox plays an important role in transmission control and function. The fluid circulates throughout the mechanism as your car drives.

The fluid absorbs heat from the transmission while at the same time lubricating it. As a result, it prevents the transmission from overheating and experiencing excessive friction wear and tear. It stays in place for much longer than motor oil, so you won’t have to change it as frequently.

 

2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 Audi A5 Transmission Fluid Capacity and Transmission Fluid Type

Transmission Fluid Capacity Fluid Type
3.2L 6-speed 0B2 Manual Transmission 10.1 pints (4.8 liters) GL-4 75W-90
3.2L 6-speed 0B6 Automatic Transmission Total Fill 11 quarts (10.4 liters) SL016
2.0L 6-speed 0B2 Manual Transmission 10.1 pints (4.8 liters) GLS10
2.0L 8-speed 0BK Automatic Transmission Total Fill 9.5 quarts (9 liters)
Initial Fill 4.2 quarts (4 liters)
SL016
2014+ 2.0L 8-speed 0BK Automatic Transmission Total Fill 9.1 quarts (8.6 liters)
Initial Fill 3.8 quarts (3.6 liters)
SL016

 

2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 Audi A5 Transmission Fluid Capacity and Transmission Fluid Type

Transmission Fluid Capacity Fluid Type
2.0L 0CX Manual Transmission 3.8 pints (1.8 liters) SL168
2.0L 7 speed 0CL Automatic Transmission Total Fill 4.6 quarts (4.4 liters)
Initial Fill 3.7 quarts (3.5 liters)
SL167
2020+ 2.0L 7 speed AT Portion 0CJ Automatic Transmission Total Fill 4.6 quarts (4.4 liters)
Initial Fill 3.7 quarts (3.5 liters)
SL168 – For manual portion
SL167 – For automatic portion
2020+ 2.0L 7 speed MT Portion 0CJ Automatic Transmission Total Fill 4 quarts (3.8 liters)
Initial Fill 3.7 quarts (3.5 liters)
SL168 – For manual portion
SL167 – For automatic portion

Changing your Audi A5 transmission filter is not as simple as changing the average automobile’s filters. The filter, which is generally a metal plate with a fiber material that captures pollutants, is one of several components in your transmission filter. Along with the filter, your Audi A5 will include a gasket, pickup tube, and rubber seal that all need to be replaced.

Your car’s transmission filter must be changed every 30,000 or 50 000 kilometers (50 000 km). For further information on mileage and time intervals, consult your vehicle’s maintenance handbook.

The Audi A5 is a two-door version of the Audi A4. There isn’t much more to say about the Audi A5 than there is to the Audi A4, which features essentially identical styling, interior, and engine range. Despite claims that the A5 is a touch sportier than the deliberately unsportsmanlike fourth-generation Audi A4 on which it’s based, it feels very similar to drive. And no, that isn’t a criticism.

The A5 is a car for individuals and couples. If you need to transport people in the back or a lot of luggage, the A5 Sportback (or just go back to an A4) is your best bet. The rear seats in the A5 Coupe are not bad at all; they can even fit two adults on short trips. For a two-door coupe, it’s not too terrible. More information may be found under the Interior tab.

Dan Hoffman

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