Audi 2011 Scheduled Maintenance Intervals

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2011 Audi Maintenance Schedule – All Models MY 2011 Maintenance Intervals – USA The intervals shown in this table are based on vehicles operating under normal conditions. In case of severe conditions, such as extremely low temperatures, excessive dust, etc., it is necessary for certain operations to be carried out in between the given intervals. This applies particularly to engine oil changes and the cleaning or replacing of the air cleaner filter element. Service intervals in miles 5K 15K 25K 35K 45K 55K 65K 75K 85K 95K 105K 115K Standard Maintenance (Every 1 year)1 X X X X X X Major Maintenance (Every 2 years)2 X X X X X X Additional Maintenance Items Refer to the Additional Maintenance Items Table below 1) First standard maintenance service at 5,000 miles or 1 year after delivery, whichever occurs first. Standard maintenance services thereafter occur at intervals of 10,000 miles or 1 year after the last standard maintenance service, whichever occurs first. 2) First major maintenance service at 15,000 miles or 2 years after delivery, whichever occurs first. Major maintenance services thereafter occur at intervals of 20,000 miles or 2 years after the last major maintenance service, whichever occurs first. Check all completed items Standard Maintenance Service First at 5,000 miles or 1 year after delivery, whichever occurs first. Thereafter, every 10,000 miles or one year, whichever occurs first. ‰ AdBlue® Fluid – Fill completely with fresh fluid (23 liters) and adapt learned values for AdBlue tank under guided fault finding after filling fluid (Q7 3.0L TDI only) ‰ Brake System – Check for damage and leaks, thickness of pads, and brake fluid level. ‰ Engine oil / Oil filter – Change oil and replace filter ‰ Service reminder indicator display – Reset display ‰ Tires and spare wheel – Check for wear and damage. Check tire pressure. Reset Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) ‰ Windshield Washer and Headlight Washing System – Add fluid if necessary. Check adjustment and function ‰ Wiper Blades – Check condition and replace if necessary Additional item at 5,000 miles or 1 year after delivery, whichever occurs first. ‰ Tires – Rotate and reset TPMS (all except R8) Major Maintenance Service (Includes All Standard Maintenance Items) First at 15,000 miles or two years, whichever occurs first. Thereafter, every 20,000 miles or two years, whichever occurs first. ‰ Automatic transmission and final drive – Check for leaks ‰ Battery – Check for clean terminals (no corrosion), properly mounted housing and no damage; replace if necessary. Also, check the acid level of battery only if the level can be seen through the housing and fill if necessary ‰ Cooling system – Check coolant level and add coolant if necessary ‰ Door hinges and straps – Lubricate (A3, A6, S6, TT, TTS, R8 Coupe, R8 Spyder, and Q7 only) ‰ Drive shafts – Check boots ‰ Dust and pollen filter – Replace filter ‰ Engine compartment – Check for leaks 2 Revised 5/11/2018 Major Maintenance Service (continued) ‰ Exhaust system – Check for damage and leaks ‰ Front and rear axle – Check for excessive play. Check dust seals on ball joints and tie rod ends ‰ Hood lid hinges– Lubricate (TT, TTS, R8 Coupe, and R8 Spyder only) ‰ Horn – Check function ‰ Lighting, Front – Check function of parking lights, low beams, high beams, fog lights, blinkers and hazard lights ‰ Lighting, Rear – Check function of brake lights (including third brake light), tail lights, back-up lights, rear fog lights, license plate lights, blinkers and hazard lights Manual transmission and final drive – Check for leaks ‰ Plenum Panel – Remove cover for plenum panel to check water drain and clean if necessary ‰ Ribbed V-belt and tensioner – Check condition and replace if necessary (R8 Coupe and R8 Spyder only) ‰ Road test – Check braking, kick-down, steering, electrical, heating and ventilation systems, air conditioning, Automatic Shift Lock (ASL), power accessories and reset driver information display ‰ Snow screen for air cleaner – Clean (A4, S4, A5, S5, and A6 only) ‰ Sliding roof – Clean guide rails and lubricate with grease ‰ Underbody – Check for damage and leaks Additional Maintenance Items Work to be completed Interval Model Application ‰ Air cleaner – Clean housing and replace the filter element First at 55,000 miles and thereafter every 60,000 miles All vehicles ‰ AWD clutch – Change oil First at 35,000 miles and thereafter, every 40,000 miles A3, TT, and TTS only ‰ Brake Discs – Check thickness First at 35,000 miles and thereafter, every 40,000 miles All vehicles ‰ Brake fluid – Change Every 2 years regardless of mileage All vehicles ‰ Continuously Variable Transmission (multitronic™) – Change ATF First at 35,000 miles and thereafter every 40,000 miles All vehicles ‰ Convertible Top – Check cloth top function and rollover protection with cloth top down Every 2 years regardless of mileage A5/S5 Cabriolet and R8 Spyder only ‰ Crash Active Headrest – Check function Every 2 years regardless of mileage A8 only ‰ Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF) – Check ash loading according to manufacturer work procedure. *Replace if necessary First at 125,000 miles or 120,000 miles after (DPF) replacement Q7 3.0L TDI and A3 2.0L TDI only * Note: If DPF replacement is not necessary, perform check every 20,000 miles thereafter until replacement becomes necessary. ‰ Doors – Lubricate door hinges, straps, locks, and hood latch First at 35,000 miles and thereafter, every 40,000 miles All vehicles ‰ Fuel filter – Replace First at 15,000 miles and thereafter every 20,000 miles A3 2.0L TDI and Q7 3.0L TDI only ‰ Interior Lights – Check all interior lights, glove box compartment illumination, control lights, and MMI (if applicable) First at 35,000 miles and thereafter, every 40,000 miles All vehicles ‰ Ribbed V-belt – Replace only the belt for the compressor drive First at 55,000 miles and thereafter every 60,000 miles 3.0L V6 TFSI engine only 3 Revised 5/11/2018 Additional Maintenance Items Work to be completed Interval Model Application ‰ Ribbed V-belt – Check and replace if necessary. Check tension of belt drive with a manual tensioner and retention if necessary. First at 75,000 miles and thereafter every 80,000 miles 2.0T, V6 FSI, V6 TFSI (rear belt), 4.2L FSI, and 5.2L FSI engines only ‰ Spark plugs – Replace First at 35,000 miles or 3 years, whichever occurs first and thereafter, every 40,000 miles or 3 years, whichever occurs first A4 2.0L TFSI and A5 2.0L TFSI only ‰ Spark plugs – Replace First at 55,000 miles or 6 years, whichever occurs first and thereafter, every 60,000 miles or 6 years, whichever occurs first All vehicles except A4 2.0L TFSI and A5 2.0L TFSI ‰ S tronic Transmission – Change oil and replace filter element First at 35,000 miles and thereafter every 40,000 miles A3, TT, TTS, S4, and S5 only ‰ Timing Belt – Replace. Check condition of timing belt tensioning system, dampening pulleys, and idler pulleys and replace if necessary. Every 110,000 miles TTS only ‰ Timing Belt – Replace. Check condition of timing belt system, damping pulleys and idler pulleys. Replace if necessary. Every 130,000 miles A3 2.0L TDI only

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