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TOPIC : Audi


Turbo Lost its Nut?

This bulletin applies to 2012 Audi A3 equipped with a 2.0L turbocharged engine. Complaints may include poor acceleration response, rough gear changes, turbo lag and slightly delayed power transmission.


Unlocking the Audi

This bulletin applies to 2012 Audi A3 models. After replacing vehicle electrical system control unit J519 (address code 09), the central locking system will be inoperative.


Customer Screw-up

This bulletin applies to 2011 Audi A8 vehicles, where the customer complains that the master key with remote control won’t stay or engage in the ignition lock.


Tainted Tint

Audi vehicles are designed to prevent water from entering the interior cabin from the outside. To ensure a secure installation of interior components (trim and accessory pieces), holes for fasteners are strategically placed in interior surfaces.


Audi Lockdown

This bulletin applies to 2012 Audi A6 sedans. The customer may report that the ignition key cannot be removed despite selecting mode “P.” The vehicle is mechanically in Park but Park is not being recognized electrically.


Audi Cam Problems

This bulletin applies to 2009 Audi A4 vehicles. The engine may be difficult to start and a rattle noise may be heard in the engine compartment. DTC P001600 or P0341 may be stored in the engine control unit. This may be due to possible damage to a camshaft or camshaft bearing surfaces.


Tiny Mystery Leak

This bulletin applies to 2011 Audi A8 vehicles. The MIL may be on, with no leak found in the EVAP system, and a DTC P0456 (very small EVAP leak) stored in the ECM.


Grab Your Paint Gun

This bulletin applies to Audi models equipped with a satellite antenna module, such as the 2012 A4/S4.


Audi Has a Mind of Its Own

This bulletin applies to 2011 Audi A3 models. The radio may turn on and off, and the door locks may actuate during driving, and the clock in the radio may randomly not work.


Audi Brake and Throttle No-No

This bulletin applies to 2010 Audi Q7 models. The engine may lack power or will not move after a stop. The engine returns to an idle speed of about 1,400 rpm even with the accelerator pedal depressed. The condition is likely caused by the brake and accelerator pedals being depressed at the same time.

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