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    Abarth 500 gearbox

    Hi,
    This may be a dumb question but Im just trying to weigh up my options. I own a 2012 Abarth 500c with the automatic/dualogic transmission, my mechanic just informed me that I require a new gearbox. The only problem is that Im from Australia (I know this a USA forum) so sourcing a used gearbox is proving difficult and I would prefer to not have to buy a new one from Fiat as they are very expensive over here.
    My question is, are there any alternative gearboxes that I could source that would do the same thing (e.g a standard fiat 500 gearbox)?
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    None that I’m aware of especially if you have multiair engine. The ECU needs the right type of transmission in there.


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    How do I find out if mine is a multi air?
    my engine code is: 312A3000
    my gearbox code is: 71779121

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    Welcome to the forum. Sounds like you have a Tjet engine. If you have a Dualogic / MTA or automated manual transmission, you don't have a MultiAir car.

    If your Transmission controls look like this below you have what Abarth calls a robotized manual gearbox. It has a conventional dry clutch and manual transmission that has automated controls.




    The North American cars use an AISIN conventional torque converter automatic transmission. North American cars have MultiAir engines. Abarths coming from Europe do not offer this engine. The shifter on these cars looks like this:




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    The Dualogic transmission is very similar. To the transmission, in the 450-451 smart cars. The Fiat Dualogic transmission is a 'clutchless' manual gearbox that can be used in either automatic or manual (or semi-automatic) mode. The gearbox is a robotized manual transmission where both the gear selection and clutch are managed by an electronic control unit and actuated using hydraulic fluid, so there is no clutch pedal for the driver to worry about. When in manual mode you simply move a shift lever forwards or backwards to change gears. In automatic mode the transmission works like a traditional automatic, but with the benefit of the increased fuel economy commonly found with manual transmissions.

    Have you thought about sourcing out a salvage transmission. From a European broker. The Dualogic is a common semi automatic, used in Asian, and Mideast countries 500’s too. That transmission, wasn’t offered here, in North America. We have fully automatic 6 speed transmission.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fiat500USA View Post
    Welcome to the forum. Sounds like you have a Tjet engine. If you have a Dualogic / MTA or automated manual transmission, you don't have a MultiAir car.

    If your Transmission controls look like this below you have what Abarth calls a robotized manual gearbox. It has a conventional dry clutch and manual transmission that has automated controls.




    The North American cars use an AISIN conventional torque converter automatic transmission. North American cars have MultiAir engines. Abarths coming from Europe do not offer this engine. The shifter on these cars looks like this:




    Fiat 500 Transmissions


    US Abarth Transmission Articles
    Hi,
    yes its the dualogic/mta transmission with the push buttons and paddle shifters aswell
    Im trying to weigh up my options of sourcing said gearbox and see if there are alternatives to buying an Abarth gearbox as they are hard to locate in my country

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    Quote Originally Posted by smark View Post
    The Dualogic transmission is very similar. To the transmission, in the 450-451 smart cars. The Fiat Dualogic transmission is a 'clutchless' manual gearbox that can be used in either automatic or manual (or semi-automatic) mode. The gearbox is a robotized manual transmission where both the gear selection and clutch are managed by an electronic control unit and actuated using hydraulic fluid, so there is no clutch pedal for the driver to worry about. When in manual mode you simply move a shift lever forwards or backwards to change gears. In automatic mode the transmission works like a traditional automatic, but with the benefit of the increased fuel economy commonly found with manual transmissions.

    Have you thought about sourcing out a salvage transmission. From a European broker. The Dualogic is a common semi automatic, used in Asian, and Mideast countries 500’s too. That transmission, wasn’t offered here, in North America. We have fully automatic 6 speed transmission.
    I’m trying to source a salvage one here in Australia but they’re hard to find. I’m just trying to see if there are alternative gearbox options available instead of having to buy a Abarth gearbox. If you had any advice that’d be appreciated

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rivill View Post
    I’m trying to source a salvage one here in Australia but they’re hard to find. I’m just trying to see if there are alternative gearbox options available instead of having to buy a Abarth gearbox. If you had any advice that’d be appreciated
    I suspect the gear ratios and electronic shift parameters are unique to the Abarth, not to mention that it may use heavy duty components not found in gearboxes for lower performance cars. It may be worthwhile to source a genuine Abarth salvage box in Europe and pay for shipping.
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    The Abarth gear box does use heavy duty components.

    Last I recall from a few years ago there were only around 18 Abarths (or less) between Australia and New Zealand.

    What about repairing yours?
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