Audi recently announced more than 116,000 cars need to be recalled to replace their non-azide driver-side Takata inflators because they might underinflate on deployment.
First they explode with too much force, now this? Pick a lane, Takata.…keep reading article "Underinflating Takata Airbags Recalled in Older Audis"
Audi and Volkswagen are recalling 119,000 vehicles to replace dangerous Takata airbag inflators.
This campaign is part of an industry-wide effort involving more than a dozen automakers and 1.7 million vehicles. The chemical inside of Takata airbag inflators can become unstable over time, leading to violent and sometimes deadly airbag deployments. The recall is for both driver and passenger side inflators in the 2017 R8 and 2016-2017 TT.keep reading article "Takata Inflator Recall for TT and R8 Vehicles"
Audi is recalling over 1,000 vehicles because of quick connectors that are supposed to hold fuel supply lines in place aren't doing their job.
The detached lines will stop supplying fuel to the crankshaft and start depositing it onto hot engine surfaces. When flammable liquid meets something as hot as an exhaust manifold, things happen. Things you don’t want.…keep reading article "Quick Connecters Are Allowing Fuel Lines to Detach"
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"