GS7D36SG Transmission parts, repair guidelines, problems, manuals


Transmission general data

Number of gears Transmission Type Drive Torque (Nm) ATF (full capacity) L ATF (change) L ATF type
7 DCT RWD 400 9,5 5 83222148578

The automatic transmission GS7D36SG was designed by 2008 for BMW vehicles with engines having the torque up to 400 Nm. This transmission has 7 speeds and minimum possible 100 ms of the torque disruption. This transmission also named as M-DCT and DSG-7 BMW. Initially this transmission was installed on rare BMW M3, Z4. After testing, computer adjustment, improvement of the cooling system this transmission was offered for cars of E90/92/93 series, and later for E82/88 series. In addition to impressive characteristics of the acceleration dynamics this transmission has a solid reserve in durability (for 100 thousand kilometers).

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Technical issues and repair guidelines

Manuals say that it is not necessary to change ATF for this transmission during the whole service life of this unit, but repair specialists recommend to perform this procedure to prolong the lifespan of this transmission. This transmission has all modern security systems from overheating. Friction components are selected with steel discs for each type of engines, require correct positioning during installation (for efficient cooling),violation and get burnt in case of violation of operation rules. The friction lining wear-out increases clearances in the package and the transmission starts shifting gears improperly. Before replacement of friction components it is recommended to consult an authorized DSG BMW service, because it may be possible to adjust shifting with worn-out frictions with the use of software.