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    2010 Audi A4 Quattro

    Trans is slipping or feels almost like it popping when accelerating. But when I disengage the all wheel drive it doesn’t do it as bad. What could this be?

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    Any fault codes stored?

    A full unedited VCDS Auto-Scan would shown faults stored in the transmission.

    Does a 2010 A4 have Haldex or Torsen?

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    Quote Originally Posted by PetrolDave View Post
    Does a 2010 A4 have Haldex or Torsen?
    It will not have a Haldex. They are (almost) exclusively for transverse engine configuration. 2010 is also getting very close to when they dropped a true TorSen in favour of that electronically controlled, multi-plate 'thing'. (spit... )

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zenerdiode View Post
    It will not have a Haldex. They are (almost) exclusively for transverse engine configuration.
    At least some of the later longitudinal engines Audis including A4s (2016 onwards) switched to Haldex in order to reduce emissions, see https://jalopnik.com/audis-high-tech...-bi-1760502139

    So that means OPs A4 will have Torsen, so IMHO the comment:
    [QUOTE]when I disengage the all wheel drive[/QUOTE]
    isn't do-able without mechanical disconnection? That's why I was asking the question...

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