This bulletin applies to Audi A8 vehicles, where DTC P0300 (random/multiple cylinder misfire) or P0301 – P0312 (cyl 1 – cyl 12 misfire) is detected. The engine may have reduced performance without significant loss of power or stalling.
This bulletin applies to 2017 Audi A5 Quattro vehicles equipped with self-levelling suspension with electronic damper control. The warning lamp for damper control may be illuminated. DTC B200FF0 may be stored in the drivetrain control module, J775 (address word 0074) or in the electronic damping control module or J250 (address word 0014). The DTC indicates an internal malfunction with symptom code 4456587.
This bulletin applies to 2006 Audi Cabriolet A4, S4 and RS4 models where the MIL is on and the technician finds DTCs P310B, P129F, P008B, P129E, P008A, P2540 and/or P0087.
Here’s something you may not be aware of. Audi notes that certain car care products contain solvents that, when used to clean trim on airbag equipment, may damage airbag covers and may affect the deployment strategy of the airbag unit.
This bulletin applies to 2012 Audi A8 vehicles, where a DTC 69 for seat belt tensioner voltage too low is found.
This bulletin applies to 2011 Audi A8 vehicles, where the technician finds DTCs P1703 (emergency operation gearbox, reset control unit in diagnosis 02 – gearbox) or U111 (restricted function because of missing message in diagnosis address 81 – gear lever) after reading TCM fault memory.
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.
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.
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.
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.