BW65/66 Transmission parts
Transmission general data
|Number of gears||Transmission Type||Drive||ATF (full capacity) L||ATF (change) L||ATF type (recommended)|
|3||AT||RWD||10||4-4,5||ATF Type F|
BW65/BW66 automatic transmission is mounted on the BMW Bavaria (1971 – 1974) and Jaguar XJ6 (1980-1987). This complex system combines electronic, mechanical and hydraulic components. But despite of high degree of safety some problems may occur in the process of transmission operation.
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Technical issues and repair guidelines
When the slippage takes place during the operation of this type of transmission it may lead to slow gear-shifting and vibrations, therefore it is an important signal for visiting repair services.
The most common problems related to this transmission are:
- shortage or surplus of oil;
- long slippage;
- sharp driving dynamics.
The sleeve and other parts of BW65/66 transmission can get overheated that usually leads to overheat cracks and other mechanical damages.
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