Fourtitude.com - 01M to 02J transmission swap on my 2001 Jetta 2.0 (AZG) silver
Username or Email Address
Do you already have an account?
Forgot your password?
  • Log in or Sign up

    Fourtitude.com


    Page 8 of 8 FirstFirst ... 45678
    Results 176 to 193 of 193
    1. 04-19-2015 09:09 PM #176
      I bought my jetta and within the first 1000 miles had to rebuild the engine. 7000$ later I go to pick the car up and now the transmission won't go into 4th or 5th gear. I'm in serious doubt there was anything wrong with it before the shop had their hands on it. I'm looking to possibly do an auto to manual swap and was wondering if you successfully swapped yours and if you did what the parts list I need is. I like planning and don't want to jump into this and find out last second that I missed something that is needed.

    2. Remove Advertisements

      Advertisements
       

    3. 04-22-2015 08:00 AM #177
      Big thanks for this DIY!
      The install is complete. The only bugaboo is getting the shifter cables to do what they do- can't seem to get the shift gates aligned right. Other than that, the electronics seem to be working fine. I've got reverse lights and the once non-existent cruise control dash light lights up now

      The worst is over. No more O1m autotragic trans.

      Thanks again!
      Last edited by scarabY2k; 04-26-2015 at 08:57 PM.

    4. Member nosborn94's Avatar
      Join Date
      Feb 7th, 2010
      Location
      San Diego, CA
      Posts
      358
      Cars
      01 Jetta 2.0 Silver
      05-21-2015 05:19 AM #178
      Quote Originally Posted by scarabY2k View Post
      Big thanks for this DIY!
      The install is complete. The only bugaboo is getting the shifter cables to do what they do- can't seem to get the shift gates aligned right. Other than that, the electronics seem to be working fine. I've got reverse lights and the once non-existent cruise control dash light lights up now

      The worst is over. No more O1m autotragic trans.

      Thanks again!
      Not sure if you figured out the shifter cable adjustment yet but here is the process I used via YouTube from DieselGeek.com

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sheTKD03hmo

    5. 05-21-2015 07:40 AM #179
      Quote Originally Posted by nosborn94 View Post
      Not sure if you figured out the shifter cable adjustment yet but here is the process I used via YouTube from DieselGeek.com

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sheTKD03hmo
      Thanks for the video post. That was my first resource.
      Yes, I figured the shift issue out. Since I bought the swap parts in dribs and drabs, some parts were missing. The missing parts that caused the shifting problem, we're the circlips that hold the cables firm, on the cable bracket, atop the trans. This caused the excessive slop in shifting and misdirected shift pattern. Got the circlips from a salvage yard, popped them in, she's shifting in all gears, silky smooth.

      Thanks again for such an awesome DIY. You saved me a load of money, and no more O1m aggrivation.

    6. 03-24-2016 05:53 PM #180
      Quote Originally Posted by nosborn94 View Post
      I did a continuity check of the wiring and this is what mine turned out to be compared to GdB or alphaseinor



      This is my complete rewire based the GdB's rewire and the Bentley schematic

      Would this wiring still work on my 2002 Jetta TDI that I'm swapping the auto for the 02J (6 Speed)?

    7. Member nosborn94's Avatar
      Join Date
      Feb 7th, 2010
      Location
      San Diego, CA
      Posts
      358
      Cars
      01 Jetta 2.0 Silver
      03-25-2016 12:19 AM #181
      I would definitely double check the Bentley. The principal change over will likely be the same but you need to check for your color coding on the wiring since mine is a 2.0 (and still going by the way&#128512 and yours is a TDI. I referenced a 1.9 diagram and had to recheck the Bentley diagrams for mine. It was both different PIN numbers and different colored wires.

    8. Member
      Join Date
      Jan 17th, 2013
      Location
      Veracruz,mexico
      Posts
      223
      Cars
      1996 Mitsubishi eclipse Rs 2001 volkswagen Jetta Variant
      05-13-2016 11:13 PM #182
      I just completed this swap on my 2001 wagon with a 2.0 AZG engine, but here in mexico the jetta i got my 2j0 trans from did not come with the clutch switch from factory. And my wagon does not have cruise control. And i just did the reverse ligths and they work but when i turn the key nothing happens :/ i read on page 6 and followed everything but havent touched the wiring because i dont have the clutch switch. Do i need to do wirering in order to get my wagon to crack up?

    9. Member nosborn94's Avatar
      Join Date
      Feb 7th, 2010
      Location
      San Diego, CA
      Posts
      358
      Cars
      01 Jetta 2.0 Silver
      05-14-2016 04:16 PM #183
      It won't start until you get the clutch switch. The switch tells the computer that the clutch is disengaged so that it won't grind out the clutch during the start. Find the switch at the junk yard or order online.

    10. Member
      Join Date
      Jan 17th, 2013
      Location
      Veracruz,mexico
      Posts
      223
      Cars
      1996 Mitsubishi eclipse Rs 2001 volkswagen Jetta Variant
      05-16-2016 01:08 PM #184


      Got it to run without the clutch switch. Your thread helped alot

      Enviado desde mi GT-P5210 mediante Tapatalk

    11. 06-23-2016 11:23 AM #185
      will this wiring work with all mk4 2.0 year models? I plan on doing the same swap on my 2003 2.0 8v and was curious if the wiring is the same on all mk4 2.0l models

    12. 06-23-2016 11:43 AM #186
      Quote Originally Posted by nosborn94 View Post
      I would definitely double check the Bentley. The principal change over will likely be the same but you need to check for your color coding on the wiring since mine is a 2.0 (and still going by the way&#128512 and yours is a TDI. I referenced a 1.9 diagram and had to recheck the Bentley diagrams for mine. It was both different PIN numbers and different colored wires.



      Will the wiring work for all mk4 2.0 8v models?

    13. 06-23-2016 01:39 PM #187
      Will this wiring work on all mk4 Jetta year models? Example 2003

    14. 07-26-2016 08:07 AM #188
      So I'm about to do the same thing. I have a 1.8 with the tiptronic 5-speed and it recently went out. I'm looking for a complete parts list for the swap. Everything that is needed to get the car running. Id' really appreciate the help. Thanks!

    15. 10-13-2016 11:18 PM #189
      I have a 2004 Golf 2.0 BEV.
      Looking to do the auto to manual swap.
      Can my ECM be rocoded for manual or do I have to replace it?
      I'm probably going to purchase a donor vehicle and use the parts I need from there, instead of sourcing from a scrap yard.
      I have been advised to get a TDI 5spd as the gear ratios are better for gas mileage. My only concern is would it be easier to adapt the new tranny if I had a 2.0L donor vehicle since all the components would be more similar to mine? (TCM, other various parts)
      Any help would be greatly appreciated!

    16. Member
      Join Date
      Sep 5th, 2017
      Location
      Tennessee
      Posts
      379
      Cars
      01 Jetta Wagon 2.0, 02 jetta wagon 2.0(RIP), 03 jetta 1.8T, 01' GLS VR6, 03' GLI VR6
      01-07-2018 07:52 PM #190
      I know this is an old thread, but it is exactly where I am right now. Is there any way that I can view these images? None of them will open. I'm doing the identical swap, with the AZG and everything!

    17. Member nosborn94's Avatar
      Join Date
      Feb 7th, 2010
      Location
      San Diego, CA
      Posts
      358
      Cars
      01 Jetta 2.0 Silver
      04-07-2018 11:03 PM #191
      Quote Originally Posted by Mk4Mr. View Post
      I know this is an old thread, but it is exactly where I am right now. Is there any way that I can view these images? None of them will open. I'm doing the identical swap, with the AZG and everything!
      I'm sorry but photobucket changed their setup and now makes you pay to embed photos into the thread. If I have some time I'll try to some images back in there by downloading and uploading the photos

    18. Member nosborn94's Avatar
      Join Date
      Feb 7th, 2010
      Location
      San Diego, CA
      Posts
      358
      Cars
      01 Jetta 2.0 Silver
      04-07-2018 11:10 PM #192
      Last edited by nosborn94; 04-07-2018 at 11:36 PM.

    19. n00b Ivan_'s Avatar
      Join Date
      Feb 5th, 2019
      Location
      Hamilton, Ontario
      Posts
      4
      Cars
      2001 Volkswagen Jetta 2.0L
      07-11-2019 11:25 PM #193
      Sorry for reviving an old thread, but I'm in the process of collecting everything I need for this swap and have some questions. I have acquired a transmission that was drive by cable and was wondering what I have to replace in order for it to work on my drive by wire 2000 AEG 2.0...

      Also, havent researched much into the electrical bit as that can be done later but I was wondering maybe if you know off the top of your head if the wiring diagram is the same for the AEG? but from what Ive collected I dont need to replace my ECU since it is an AEG and can be reprogrammed.

      Thanks in advance!
      "Yeah bro, I just installed my short shifter attena."

    Page 8 of 8 FirstFirst ... 45678

    Posting Permissions

    • You may not post new threads
    • You may not post replies
    • You may not post attachments
    • You may not edit your posts
    •