Audi Car Problems

Audi Car Problems

Just because Pfaff Autoworks is providing a list of the common Audi car problems that we see at our vehicle repair facility, doesn’t mean that Audi vehicles are not top of the line. We do our due diligence to inform the public about what to look for and how to identify certain vehicle issues that they may encounter during the life of their vehicles. For more information about common Audi car problems, and how Pfaff Autoworks can repair these issues, please feel free to continue browsing through our website. Click here to find our contact information and to fill out our contact form.

Audi’s are prized possessions, and can experience common maintenance issues after extended use. In this article by Pfaff Autoworks, we will talk about some repair issues with Audi vehicles that we see, and solutions for fixing them.

Electrical Components:
Audi’s seldomly experience electronic failures, but when they do, here are the most common areas that are subject to problems: dashboard, lights, navigation, and seats. At Pfaff Autoworks, this is just a simple replacement of the components with OE equipment.

Ignition Coil or Spark Plug:
Failure of the Ignition coil of an Audi is solely a mechanical problem. It is also among the prime reason behind engine misfire. The solution is instalment of good quality OE spark plugs and tuning of the engine to factory specs. Thankfully ignition coils or spark plugs are not expensive. If your vehicle is still under warranty, these repairs would be covered and you can be on your way quickly!

Catalytic Converters:
If catalytic converters fail, it is primarily due to clogging or carbon build-up which solidifies and jams the exhaust flow after extensive use. Replacement of the catalytic converter isn’t a long term solution. Pfaff Autoworks can get to the root of the issue so that we can repair your Audi vehicle back to its original condition and driving standards.

Oil Leaks:
Oil leaks in an Audi can result from two places- 1- valve cover gasket and 2- Camshaft Tensioner. The solution is replacement of either or both of the parts depending on which one is leaking.

Oxygen Sensor:
Replacement of oxygen sensor shouldn’t be a tough job and most of the times owner treat it as a Do-it-Yourself activity, contact us today to get your Oxygen Sensors fixed at Pfaff Autoworks.