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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.


Rich Audi

Owners of a 2005 Audi A4 Cabriolet may complain of a long cranking engine at operating temperature. No DTC may be stored in ECM memory.


Shocking the Audi

This bulletin applies to 2010 Audi Q5 models that feature the adaptive dampers suspension warning light on (Suspension: System Fault), with DTCs 00142, 00143, 00144, 00145 and/or 03264 stored.


Open the Hood and Say ‘Ah’

A 2011 Audi A4/A5 vehicle may exhibit a message in the MMI that reads “Low Oil Level.”


Audi Pressure

This bulletin applies to 2010 Audi A3 models. The MIL may be on, with the following DTCs stored in the ECM data memory:


Audi Hums a Bad Tune

This bulletin applies to the 2012 Audi A5/S5 models. A humming or metallic rattling noise may be heard from under the vehicle, mostly during engine idle or slow acceleration.


Audi False Alarm

This bulletin applies to 2006 Audi A4, S4 and RS4 models. After opening the vehicle door, a slight hissing sound can be heard from all speakers even though the radio is switched off.


Audi Noise

A 2008 Audi A3 that exhibits a loud cracking or rubbing noise when the steering wheel is turned may have an issue with a front strut shock absorber cap that is chafing on the plastic cap of the strut.


Audi ESP Light On

Audi DTCs for “Please read memory of engine control unit,” or “Load/RPM signal missing from engine control unit” are stored in the memory of the ESP control unit. When ESP regulation is necessary, the system interferes with the engine management system to reduce torque. Before the ESP system activates the brakes, TCS regulation takes place. The engine management system must work flawlessly to ensure proper ESP system operation.

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