Resources for the Repair and Maintenance of your Audi
A problem with the torque converter can cause the Check Engine Light to illuminate.
The digital display portion of the instrument cluster may fail. Our technicians tell us the entire instrument cluster will need to be replaced to correct this concern.
Vacuum leaks, oxygen sensor failure, and catalytic converter efficiency faults can cause the Check Engine Light to illuminate.
A fluid leak may develop from the propeller shaft seal on the rear of the transmission. Our technicians tell us that replacing the seal will commonly correct this concern.
The thermostat may erratically stick open or closed. The can result in illumination of the Check Engine Light and/or engine overheating.
Audi Recalls (Recent)
Audi Recall 97V172000
Audi Recall 93V006000
Audi Recall 96V017000
Audi Recall 98V332000
Audi Questions and Answers
The headlights and sun roof work sometimes and then they don't and then they do again and not at the same time,the lights work,sunroof doesn't and vise versa.The drivers side seat heater ...
The electrical assembly on the back of the key switch is bad. In order to replace it, I have removed the lower panel, the steering wheel & steering column switch assembly, and the instrument pa...
The response to my question on the electrical assembly indicated that I might have to remove the key cylinder. Just how do I remove that part? I don't see any access to that part.
Car starts first thing in morning after driving and turning the car off when I try to start the car it will not start. I can hear the starter moter spinning, but it will not engage. Is this a sta...
Audi Owners' Reviews
This is an Exciting lovely roomy car, and good mpg.on a drive 42 mpg, according to the in car computer. I need to buy a additional ignition key, and the Audi dealer wasn't £240.00. I hpope there is another way.
electrical problems minor..check engine light and check air bag light always on in audi's.. always problems with emissions at inspection time
25,000 Dollar paper weight! My Audi TT sits out back broken for the last five years in like new condition [bad instrument cluster repaired three times!] [BOOST LEAK] [BAD WATER PUMP][AIR BAG LIGHT] [CHECK ENGINE LIGHT][BAD TEMP SWITCH][ect.] this car was garage kept and driven easy with the best of care! It was like pulling teeth to get 40,000 miles out of it! POS! Won't buy any Audi again!
Owned the vehicle for nearly 7 years now. No major maintainence/repair work has been required. However, I have performed most of my own routine maintainence; such as brakes, timing belt and routine fluid changes. The car is Quattro (all-wheel drive) and has had drivetrain seal issues (I have had a shop replace twice $150/ea).
Rear seat belt tab dissapeared into the retractor cover never to be seen again. Can't find an easy way to pull it back out unless one takes appart all of the trim panels.