Audi is recollecting more than 2,200 units of the 2011-2016 A4, A5, A6 because of coolant pumps detects.
Audi Australia has issued a national recall on the Audi A4, A5 and A6, powered by a 2.0L TFSI engine, from the beginning of 2011 to the end of 2016 model-years due to the fire risk. In total, 2,252 vehicles have been recalled across the country.
Audi Australia has issued a national recall on the Audi A4, A5 and A6
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According to the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC), the recalled vehicles may be at risk of having outer particles in the car’s coolant. This fault faces the threat of blockage in the additional coolant bump and can make it overheat. The German luxury car brand warns that if not repaired, the overheated coolant pump can catch fire.
Audi warns that if not repaired, the overheated coolant pump can catch fire
Audi will directly contact the owners of affected cars by email and encourage them to go to the nearest Audi dealerships for an inspection and car repair. Your vehicle will be updated the software on the engine control unit in order to adjust the activation and diagnosis of the additional coolant pump.
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Also, customers could check the VIN of vehicles in the same lineup on official website of Audi Australia.
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