Audi 2005 Scheduled Maintenance Intervals

Audi-Maintenance-Schedule-Model-Year-2005

2005 Scheduled Maintenance Intervals Miles (in thousands) 5/25/45/65/85/105 15/55/95 35/75 Kilometers (in thousands) 8/40/70/100/130/160 25/85/145 55/115 Engine Oil – change oil and replace filter l l l Wiper/Washer/Headlight Washer – check adjustment and function, add fluid if necessary l l l Tires and Spare – check for wear and damage, check pressure l – check for wear and damage, check pressure and renewal date of tire set (where applicable) l l Tires – rotate l 5K only Service Reminder Display – reset l l l Brake System – check for damage, leaks, pad thickness, fluid level l l l Wiper Arm Pivot Points – lubricate l l l Cooling System – check level, add if necessary l l Exhaust System – check for damage, leaks l l Engine On-Board Diagnostics – check fault memory l l Engine Compartment – check for leaks l l Battery – check electrolyte level and add if necessary l l Dust and Pollen Filter – replace l l Automatic Transmission and Final Drive – check for leaks l l Manual Transmission and Final Drive – check for leaks l l DSG (direct shift gearbox) – change oil and replace filter element l TT 3.2L only Haldex Clutch – change oil l TT only – change oil and filter l TT only Sunroof – clean guide rails and lubricate rails with grease spray l l Front Sunroof Drains (where applicable) – open sunroof to check front water drain and clean if necessary (U.S. only) l Plenum Panel – remove cover to plenum panel to check water drains and clean if necessary (U.S. only) l A4, A4 Avant, A4 Cabriolet, S4, S4 Avant, S4 Cabriolet, A6 and A8 Front and Rear Axle – check for excessive play, check dust seals on ball joints and tie rod ends l l Lights – check all lights, check headlight adjustment l l Drive Shaft Boots – check l l Doors – lubricate door hinge mechanisms l l Spark Plugs – replace at 35,000 miles or 3 years, whichever occurs first. Then, every 40,000 miles or 3 years, whichever occurs first. l 35K only: except Allroad 4.2, S4, A8 4.2L, A4 (B7) and A6 (C6) – replace at 55,000 miles or 6 years, whichever occurs first. Then, every 60,000 miles or 6 years, whichever occurs first. l 55K only: Allroad 4.2, S4, A8 4.2L, A4 (B7) and A6 (C6) – replace at 75,000 miles l 75K only: except Allroad 4.2, S4, A8 4.2L, A4 (B7) and A6 (C6) Continuously Variable Transmission (multitronic) – change ATF l Power Steering Fluid – check, add if necessary l Air Cleaner – clean housing, replace filter element l 55K only: A4, A6 (C6) and A8 4.2L l Except A4, A6 (C6) and A8 4.2L Ribbed V Belt – check condition l 35K only: A8 6.0L; 75K only: A8 6.0L, 2.0 TFSI, 3.0L and 3.2L – replace l 75K only; except 2.0 TFSI, 3.0L and 3.2L Snow Screen for Air Cleaner – clean l A4 and A6 (C6) only l A4 and A6 (C6) only Underbody – check for damage and leaks l l Road Test – check braking, kick-down, steering, electrical, heating and ventilation systems, air conditioning, shift lock operation and power accessories l l Rear Lid Hinges – lubricate l A8 only l A8 only Timing Belt – replace l 75K only; 1.8T, 3.0L and A8 4.2L Timing Belt and Timing Belt Tensioning System – replace l 75K only: 2.7L turbo Brake Fluid – replace every 2 years regardless of mileage. Cloth Top – check function and rollover protection every 2 years regardless of mileage (Audi A4 Cabriolet only). At 110K miles (175,000 km) replace timing belt (2.0 TFSI engine only). Check condition of timing belt tensioning system, dampening pulleys, and idler pulleys and replace if necessary (2.0 TFSI engine only

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