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Audi-A6-2018-recall-trailer-hitch-fault
15 June 2019

Audi A6 (2018)

The locking mechanism in the articulated trailer hitch may be defective. Consequently, the trailer hitch might not be correctly locked and … .

Audi-A4-2018-recall-trailer-hitch-fault
15 June 2019

Audi A4 (2018)

The locking mechanism in the articulated trailer hitch may be defective. Consequently, the trailer hitch might not be correctly locked and … .

Audi-Q7-2018-recall-suspension
13 April 2019

Audi Q7 (2018)

A component of the wheel suspension may not be strong enough and could break over time. As a consequence, the tyre … .

Audi-Q8-2018-recall-suspension
13 April 2019

Audi Q8 (2018)

A component of the wheel suspension may not be strong enough and could break over time. As a consequence, the tyre … .

Audi-A8-2018-recall-suspension
13 April 2019

Audi A8 (2018)

A component of the wheel suspension may not be strong enough and could break over time. As a consequence, the tyre … .

Audi-A3-2018-recall-head-rest
24 March 2019

Audi A3 (2018)

The locking pin for securing the head restraints may be missing from the central rear seat. In the event of an … .

Audi-A7-2015-recall-fuel-leak-fire
10 March 2019

Audi A7 (2013 – 2018)

In certain vehicles, fuel can leak onto the engine fuel rail. Fuel leakage close to a source of ignition may increase … .

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