Audi FAQ

How often should I perform maintenance on my Audi?

You should bring your Audi in for service every 5,000 miles or at least every five months, whichever comes first. That service’s due dates may vary by model. We recommend reviewing your owner’s manual for more information on the recommended service schedule for your specific Audi vehicle. Contact SAS Auto Repair if you have questions on your Audi’s maintenance schedule.

What needs to be regularly maintained in my Audi?

  • Change engine oil
  • Replace engine oil filter
  • Replace engine air filter
  • Replace cabin air pollen filter
  • Replace spark plugs
  • Replace brake fluid
  • Inspect tire condition and tire pressure
  • Inspect brake pad, disc, and hose
  • Inspect steering gear and axle
  • Inspection radiator and air inlet
  • Inspect the body and sunroof drain cleaning
  • Inspect coolant and coolant hose
  • Inspect windshield wiper and washer
  • Inspect headlights, horn, and other electrical systems
  • Inspect battery condition
  • Full vehicle inspection

What are Audi’s most common problems?

If you have recently purchased an Audi, it is important to be familiar with problems that you may encounter. Among the most common problems is an oil leak, electrical component issues, noisy or vibrating constant velocity axle boot, and damaged or failing spark plugs.

Is maintaining my Audi important?

It is essential to perform maintenance on your vehicle, whether it is an Audi or any other brand. Doing so will help the vehicle last longer and save you money in the long run. 

Where can I get my Audi maintenance in Reno, Nevada?

SAS Auto Repair provides Audi maintenance in Reno, Nevada. Contact us at (775)825-2850 or schedule an appointment online to get you back on the road!

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