The 01M FDB automatic transmission of my 2001 skoda octavia was total loss after about 120K km. (I hear they all are...) I searched for a not to expensive solution and found an unused 01M FDF (apparently out of a VW Golf IV) to replace it. Unfortunately there came no torque converter with it.
My old torque converter is a QCDD type.
Am I right to think I need a different type of torque converter to go with the FDF? Sofar I found QBDC and QBDD as types to go with the FDF, but what's the difference between those two types?
Also, I found on this site two partnumbers of the torque converter "QBDC / QBDD" : 099323571E and 099323571EX, with the first one to be about 50% more expensive than the second. What does the "X" stand for?
I thank you all very much for helping me out!!
Replacing an 01M FDB by an 01M FDF ?
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