When you deal specifically in Audi and VW repairs, you begin to notice a few patterns. Certain models may be prone to a particular problem or two. The Audi A4 is one of the more common vehicles that end up in our garage for maintenance. From our experience, we have noticed the following commonly occurring Audi A4 problems.
Typical Audi A4 Problems
Power Window Motor Burnout
Motor burnout for the power window is fairly common. The driver’s window is usually the first to give out, since it’s used the most often. Luckily, repairs are quite easy. Repairing or replacing the motor in the door’s panel is a simple task.
Faulty Display Screen
The infotainment’s LCD display screen may develop a fault. One section or corner will burn out, making it hard to make out information from that portion of the screen. If you experience this problem, you will need to replace the entire screen.
Stuck Brake Lights
A4 owners frequently report that their brake lights that won’t turn off. This occurs when the brake light switch gives out. This inexpensive switch is available your local auto store. Our VW and Audi service can install it in about 20 minutes.
Control Center Damage
This situation is actually the result of human error, though the car’s design is partially to blame as well. The MMI unit, which controls the infotainment and dashboard systems, is located directly under the cup holders in newer A4 models. This leaves it vulnerable to damage from liquid spills.
We’ll Address all the Above Issues
Make an appointment with Buttera Motors if you experience any of the aforementioned issues from your A4, or any other Audi vehicle. Our story goes way back, and we are Kirkland’s go-to auto crew for German-made cars. We address all Audi A4 problems whether the car is a recent or mid-90s-era model.
Edited by Justin Vorhees
Repairs for A4s and all Other Audi Models
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