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Signs You Should Bring Your Audi in for Repair or Service

Last updated 7 years ago

Your stylish Audi vehicle always treats you well. It gets you where you need to go on time, every time. Shouldn’t you treat your Audi just as well as it treats you? Keeping up with regular maintenance is one of the easiest and most effective ways to keep your Audi in great shape. This includes getting your oil, transmission, and other fluids changed regularly and making sure you always have proper tire pressure, as well as practicing safe driving habits in order to lessen strain. It’s also very important to keep an eye out for signs that you need Audi repair and service.


There are some common signs and warnings drivers can spot on their Audis that signify that Audi repair and service is required. Some of these signs include:


  • The check engine light. This light tells you that your car’s computer system has come across some sort of electronic-control problem. This problem could be caused by nearly any malfunction, no matter how small or how big, which is why it’s important to let a professional diagnose the problem as soon as the light comes on.


  • Unusual noises. There are a variety of strange noises that you may start noticing while on the road. These sounds can resemble anything from squealing, to hissing, to knocking. They can also mean anything from lose bolts, to low air pressure, to a leaking valve.


  • Trouble with the brake pedal. If you’ve noticed that your brake pedal has become harder to push and requires more force, then you may have a problem with a brake line and should see a professional immediately.


Have you noticed any of these signs in your Audi recently? Don’t worry, the team here at Athans Motors can help diagnose and fix a number of different auto repair problems. You can set up a service appointment conveniently online. We also take care of BMW, Mercedes Benz, and Porsche repair and service. Contact us today for more information.


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