Audi Service

Audis manufactured in 2016 or before have a recommended service scheduled at the first 5,000 miles, and every 10,000 miles after that. In 2017, they changed their scheduled maintenance intervals starting at 10,000, and following through every 10,000 miles after that. 

First 5,000 Mile Service

Followed by 20,000 mile intervals

  • Change oil and replace oil filter
  • Fill completely with fresh AdBlue and adapt learned values for AdBlue tankunder guided fault finding after filling fluid (only applicable to TDI)
  • Check brake system for leaks, brake pad thickness, brake disc surfaces, andbrake fluid level
  • Reset Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) (2010-2013 models)
  • Check tires and air pressure, including spare. Inspect condition of wear andtread, rotate tires
  • Check windshield wiper and washer system, add fluid if necessary. Inspectcondition of wiper blades; replace if need be
  • Reset service reminder

First 15,000 Mile Service

Followed by 20,000 mile intervals

Under The Car

  • Change oil and replace oil filter
  • Fill completely with fresh AdBlue and adapt learned values for AdBlue tank under guided fault finding after filling fluid (only applicable to TDI)
  • Check front and rear axles, dust seals on ball joints and tie rod ends
  • Check Automatic Transmission and Final Drive for leaks
  • Check manual transmission and final drive for leaks
  • Check brake system for damage and leaks, thickness of pads, brake disc surfaces, and brake fluid level
  • Check drive shaft boots
  • Check exhaust system condition and secure positioning and mounting. Check for any possibly leaks
  • Remove water from fuel filter or replace if necessary
  • Change MTF oil for gearbox on DSG/Tronic (if applicable)
  • Change Haldex clutch oil (A3, TT)
  • Check underbody for damage and leaks

Body and interior

  • Check instrument cluster function and lights
  • Check air conditioning (AC)
  • Check steering
  • Check electrical
  • Clean and lubricate the guide rails on sunroof system
  • Lubricate door hinges, straps, and hood/trunk latch
  • Check interior and exterior lighting (brakes, turns signals, interior lights, etc)
  • Check function of the horn
  • Remove cover for plenum panel and check water drain. Clean if necessary

Tires and Wheels

  • Check all tires for proper tire pressure, including spare
  • Reset tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS)
  • Examine tires for wear and tread, realignment if necessary

Under the hood

  • Scan and read vehicle diagnostic system with a scanner
  • Clean housing and replace air filter
  • Check battery and replace if necessary
  • Check and clean battery terminals for any corrosion, inspect housing. Inspect acid level of battery (if visible)
  • Check all fluids and levels, including: antifreeze, coolant, brake, clutch, and windshield washer fluid
  • Replace spark plugs at 35,000 miles or 6 year mark, whichever occurs first(35K, 55K, 75K, etc)
  • Check and adjust functionality of the windshield wiper and washer system, add fluid if needed, replace wipers if necessary
  • Check engine compartment for leaks
  • Replace dust and pollen filter
  • Clean snow screen for air cleaner
  • Reset service reminder display
  • Check ribbed V-belt and tensioner condition and replace if necessary

Final Test

  • Technician takes the vehicle out for a short road test

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