A Loose Bolt Could Knock Out the Steering in Audi's Large SUVs

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Scott McCracken
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carcomplaints.com
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A loose bolt could cause a sudden loss of steering control in the 2017-2019 Q7 and 2019 Q8. Audi says the bolt connects the steering shaft to the steering gear. No bolt, no steering. So the vehicles are being recalled. The recall should begin around April 19th.

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  1. 2nd Generation Q7

    Years
    2017–2021
    Reliability
    23rd of 39
    PainRank
    1.29
    Complaints
    9
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  2. 1st Generation Q8

    Years
    2019–2020
    Reliability
    16th of 39
    PainRank
    0.79
    Complaints
    2
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