Audi Q3 Recalls
The Q3 has been recalled 4 times. The 2016 and 2017 model years have been involved in the most campaigns.
Recalls are free repairs, initiated by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration or Audi itself, for a widespread safety problem. They might be a pain, but a recalled problem is better than an ignored one.
Latest Q3 Recall News
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Audi is recalling 350 Q3 SUVs because the backing plates holding the brakes together can fall off during a sudden stop.
They also say the pressure could just cause the plates to bend but it doesn't really inspire much stopping confidence either way. All the affected vehicles are from the 2020 model year.…keep reading article "The 2020 Q3 Has Been Recalled to Stop Its Brake Backing Plates From Falling Off"
lucky2020 Q3 owner just received word their driver's seat may not have been properly bolted down and needs to be recalled.
Everyone else's is fine. So at the holiday table tomorrow let's raise a glass and be thankful we're not them. And here's hoping that owner helps themselves to an extra slice of pie.keep reading article "Here's Why This One 2020 Q3 Owner Deserves an Extra Slice of Pie Tomorrow."
If your parking brake is engaged in an emergency stopping situation, it probably means you’re having a bad day.
But thanks to a software glitch in the 2016-17 Audi Q3, it could get a whole lot worse.
“According to Audi, there is a software error in the gateway control unit that causes the brake lights to fail. The automaker discovered the problem during internal testing in March 2016 and started working on a software fix.”…keep reading article "Software Glitch Might Disable the Brake Lights in Emergency Situations for Q3 Owners"
A while ago Audi issued a software update in order to save some of the energy used for lighting.
Not long after, thousands of Audi owners said their lights wouldn't turn on. Mission accomplished?
"the lights go completely out when the vehicles are locked at the same time the parking lights are on.
That includes the side marker lights, parking lights, and the headlights. For a full list of the affected vehicles see this article on CarComplaints.com.keep reading article "Software Update Means Lights Out for 95K Audis"