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    Make sure you check the fluid level in the box as per RTFM. I’ve had three DQ500’s now slightly underfilled from the factory (about 3/4th of a liter short) and all three drivers noticed improved shifting afterwards. One of them already had an oil change once but that garage just added the same quantity of oil as the amount they drained, thus never solving that problem.
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    How to check ?

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    How i need to drive after the basic setting ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by downtime View Post
    That seems to be a characteristic of that gearbox. I have diesel Tiguan with that same gearbox and I have the same effect. Basic setting makes it go away for a while and then it slowly creeps back.

    The fast clutch adaptation is the final step in the adaptation process. It starts an adjustment process for both of the clutch packs to "optimize" the shifts in odd and even gears. That's why it needs you to drive for a bit using all gears after the clutch adaptation is started.

    It is not mandatory. If you don't do it, it will adapt during normal drive. It will just take a bit longer than with the adaptation enabled.
    How i need to drive after basic setting?

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    Just drive using all the gears (including reverse) so that both clutches are adapted.

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