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Audi-A5-2020-recall-rsg-fire
11 May 2020

Audi A5 (2017 – 2020)

Moisture can penetrate into the belt starter generator (RSG – Riemen-Starter-Generator). This can result in a short circuit, leading to local … .

Audi-A5-2019-recall-airbag-transistor
18 October 2019

Audi A5 (2019)

A damaged transistor may have been installed in the airbag control unit. Consequently, it may not properly make contact leading to … .

Audi-A5-2017-recall-fuel-leak-fire
10 March 2019

Audi A5 (2013 – 2018)

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

Audi-A5-2017-recall-airbag
8 February 2019

Audi A5 (2017 – 2018)

The screw fitting the passenger airbag module to the instrument panel may not have been correctly tightened. This could have an … .

audi-a5-2016--recall
27 May 2017

Audi A5 (2016)

The micro gas generator of the rear seat-belt pre-tensioners may be incorrectly installed. As a result, in the event of an … .

audi-a5-2016--recall
24 March 2017

Audi A5 (2016)

Differences in the mixture ratio for the initiating devices for the airbags or seat-belt pre-tensioners could lead to the airbags or … .

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