Audi Scheduled Maintenance Procedures
- Rotate and Inspect tires
- Inspect Battery
- Inspect Brake system
- Inspect Cooling system
- Inspect Drive shaft boots
- Inspect Exhaust system
- Inspect Front and rear axle
- Inspect Horn
- Inspect Interior lights
- Inspect Lights
- Inspect ODB System check for codes
- Inspect Plenum panel
- Inspect Power steering fluid
- Inspect Ribbed belts
- Inspect Transmission final drive fluid
- Inspect Underbody
- Inspect Wiper blades
- Inspect Wiper, washer, headlight washer
- Inspect/Lubricate Door hinge mechanism
- Inspect/Lubricate Rear lid hinges
- Inspect/Reset Service reminder light
- Replace Air filter
- Replace Brake fluid
- Replace Cabin air filter
- Replace Engine oil & filter
- Replace Multitronic transmission fluid
- Replace Spark plugs
Audi Maintenance Procedures - Common Additional Services
The air filter accumulates dust and debris and should be replaced to protect the engine and maximize fuel economy. For optimal engine performance and longevity, replace every 1 year or 15,000 miles.
Over time the Cabin Filter(s) will accumulate dirt, pollen and debris which can leak in to the passenger compartment if left unchecked. They should be replaced every year or 15,000 miles.
Drive belts crack and become glazed over time and can squeak or even break. They should be replaced every 45,000 miles.
It is important to rotate the tires from front to rear every 5000-7500 miles so that they wear evenly. This may not be possible on some vehicles because of directional tread design or rim size differences.
Audi Scheduled Maintenance Parts
Audi Scheduled Maintenance Questions and Answers
I am in the process of getting a 2002 Audi A4, 5 speed Quattro at 119,980. I’m a college student don’t plan to drive that much, do you think this is a safe move. Reasoning being I’ve heard horrible stories, ive check it out it looks clean inside and out, there asking price is 8,995 what do u think I should do, a move forward with the deal, do you have any question I might ask and as for the asking price do you think I can work that down.
Well I was driving to school today I noticed that the battery light came on the dash...and to my surprise the power steering starting failing. I did my research and discovered that the V-belt was the cause. Question?
Is the V-belt one of the items that I should definitely have the dealer work on or is this something I can skimp and have it done for less. What is the average price for a V-belt change (dealer vs. indie)? And how much time do I have before my care completely stops operating du...
$2800 is the estimate for new rebuilt transmission that blew the other day. what are some major repairs that could happen outside of this on the car? need to decide if i should fix or not. if the transmission is fixed at 109K miles, might the car last another 1-2 years? mechanic full estimate for this and other repairs is around $4K. (two new tires, a pump that has a leak, spark plugs and some other things) is it worth the investment?