Water Leaks Can Break Your Audi

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Audi drivers can worry about a simple spill their to the car lose PowerAccording to the latest National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) report. Audi Is issued remember what affects over 50,000 vehicles, and there have been 46 reports in the US of sedan and the wagons are losing power, AnnNo official injuries or accidents have been reported, according to Audi.

why are going to audis Remembered that,

According to Audi, there’there is a risk that the liquid spilled into the back The seat area may be closing the gateway control module And reduce engine power unexpectedly, which may increase the likelihood of a car accident. The NHTSA report says the module is located under the rear middle seat, and the vehicles were manufactured without a protective cover over the module. If fluid gets into the area, it may cause a short circuit and to close the entrance, Putting the vehicle in limp-home mode. If this happens, the car will alert you with several messages and will still be drivable, and the brakes will still work, but the power will be reduced.

this problem Not there Absolutely New to Audi. back in 2021, Over 280,000 Audi, Q5 SUVs recalled because the engine could enter an emergency mode with less power if there was fluid fell on the back seat, Vehicle caught in a windstorm, or driving according to deep water consumer Reports,

what audi modell r goingcalled?

  • Audi, A6 2019-2022
  • Audi, A7 2019-2022
  • Audi, A6 Allroad 2020–2022
  • Audi, S6 2020–2022
  • Audi, S7 2020–2022
  • Audi, RS6 2021-2022
  • Audi, RS7 2021-2022

now what Doing if your audi was recalled

Audi will contact owners to install protection covers in their vehicles by January 20, 2023 for gateway control Modulus No cost to owners. If you have bought your Audi after April 4, 2022, you should already have a cover on your vehicle, Audi Ocan keep an eye on wners NHTSA recalls site for update. Audi’s number for this recall is 90V2 and NHTSA’s is 22V-861.

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