Audi Full Service
If you own an Audi and are in search of specialists to perform a full service on your car, you have come to the right place.
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Getting a full service on your Audi is the best way to find out if there are any problems in the early stages of development. As the check is thorough, an Audi specialist will be able to inspect your car and highlight problems before they turn into major issues.
For example, you might think that the slight rusting on your exhaust can be ignored, however, if that rust gets worse, a hole could appear and seriously dangerous fumes could leak into the inside of your car.
When it comes to getting a full service on an Audi, there are some specific problems which crop up on the German brand.
Common Audi Problems found during a full service
Oil Leaks or Burning Oil Smell
It is known that Audi engines commonly leak form the valve covers or tensioner gasket seals. This can be a highly hazardous as there is a risk of leaking oil hitting the exhaust which will in turn cause the oil to burn. Engine oil also destroys wiring if it comes into contact which is why you may face electrical faults as a result of leaking oil in your Audi. If your engine oil is leaking in your Audi, a mechanic will be sure to find it during a full service as there are a number of tell-tale signs. It would be hard not to miss as the liquid would be likely to be dripping form the undercarriage of the car.
Clunking or Clicking when Turning your Audi
If the axle joint on an Audi dries out, you are likely to hear a clunking or clicking sound when making sharp turns. This happens when the CV boot has been torn and grease has been split into the interior engine. The axle joint needs grease to operate properly and so when there isn’t any available, you’re going to face problems. During an Audi full service, a mechanic will be likely to check on the health of the CV boot and axle joint if you have been hearing strange noises coming from your car.
Exhaust Leak – Unhealthy Sound
Many Audi models have a flexible joint in the exhaust between the down-pipe and the catalytic converters. This joint is prone to weathering and often begins to leak. While the deeper exhaust note can sound cool for a while, the results can be very expensive.
There are a range of other Audi specific problems which may be picked up during a full service, here are just a few more of the other common issues.
Audi Rough Running
Audi Engine Light on for no reason
Audi Broken Turn Signals
Audi Coolant Leaks
Audi Rattling or Knocking Noise
Audi Strange Smell Aircon
Audi Blowing Smoke
Audi Boot Problems
Getting a Full Audi Service
As you are planning on getting a full Audi Service, you should know what will be checked so here is a full check list of what the Audi specialist near you is likely to check.
- Audi Engine Oil
- Audi Brake Fluid
- Audi Anti-Freeze Coolant
- Audi Windscreen Wash Fluid and Wipers
- Audi Power Steering
- Audi Lights and Electrics
- Audi Water Pump
- Audi Steering and Suspension
- Audi Tyres, Wheel Balance, Wheel Alignment
- Audi Spark Plugs
- Audi Air Filter
- Audi Fuel Filter
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