Audi 2019 Scheduled Maintenance Intervals

MY-2019-Audi-USA-Scheduled-Maintenance

2019 Audi Maintenance Schedule – All Models MY 2019 Maintenance Intervals – USA This applies to the all gas and hybrid models Service intervals in miles 10K 20K 30K 40K 50K 60K 70K 80K 90K 100K 110K 120K Minor Maintenance (Every 1 year)1 X X X X X X Standard Maintenance (Every 2 years)2 X X X X X X Additional Maintenance Items Refer to the Additional Maintenance Items Table below 1) First minor maintenance service at 10,000 miles or 1 year after delivery, whichever occurs first. Minor maintenance services thereafter occur at intervals of 20,000 miles or every 2 years after the last minor maintenance service, whichever occurs first. 2) First standard maintenance service at 20,000 miles or 2 years after delivery, whichever occurs first. Standard maintenance services thereafter occur at intervals of 20,000 miles or every 2 years after the last standard maintenance service, whichever occurs first. NOTE: 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. Check all completed items Minor Maintenance ‰ Brake system – Check the thickness of the brake pads ‰ Engine oil and oil filter – Change oil and replace filter ‰ Multi-point inspection – Complete ‰ Service reminder indicator display – Reset display ‰ Tire repair kit – Check and record the completeness and expiration date (if equipped) Standard Maintenance (Includes All Minor Maintenance Items) ‰ Body/chassis – Visually inspect for possible paint damage and corrosion, from the inside and outside, with the doors as well as hood and trunk lids open ‰ Brake system – Check for damage and leaks, condition of brake hoses and the presence of the bleeder caps; Check the thickness of the brake pads. ‰ Connected box battery – Check state of health with Vehicle Diagnostic Tester in Guided Functions (A4, S4, A4 allroad®, A5, S5, RS 5, A6, A7, A8, Q5, SQ5, Q7, and Q8) ‰ Convertible top – Lubricate latch mechanism (A5 Cabriolet, S5 Cabriolet only) ‰ Door hinge (including door stay) and door latch – Lubricate ‰ Engine cooling system – Check freeze protection and coolant level ‰ Engine oil and oil filter – Change oil and replace filter ‰ Engine, transmission, final drive, steering – Visual inspection for leaks and damage ‰ Exterior lighting – Check front and rear lights, turn signals, cornering lights, reverse lights, license plate lights, and hazard warning lights ‰ First aid kit – Check and enter expiration date YYYY / MM _________ ‰ Front and rear axle/suspension components – Check dust seals on ball joints and tie ro 2 11/15/2018 Standard Maintenance (continued) ‰ Instrument cluster – Check warning and indicator lights ‰ Interior lights – Check all interior lights, trunk lights, and glove box compartment illumination ‰ Multi-point inspection – Complete ‰ Panoramic sunroof systems – Check drainage system by fluid check according to Elsa (if equipped) ‰ Plenum chamber and water drain valves: Check for dirt. (A8, Q7, Q8 only) NOTE: Time spent cleaning of item is a separate charge for service time ‰ Road test – Perform ‰ Rollover protection – Check the rollover protection when the convertible top is open (A3 Cabriolet only) ‰ Safety belts – Check function ‰ Service reminder indicator display – Reset display ‰ Spare tire – Check condition and tire inflation pressure, adjust if necessary (if equipped) ‰ Spoiler – Lubricate rear spoiler (TT, TT Roadster only) ‰ Sunroof systems – Check function (if equipped) ‰ Tires – Check condition and tire tread wear. Check and record the tread depth ‰ Tires – Check tire inflation pressure and adjust if necessary ‰ Tire repair kit – Check and record the completeness and expiration date (if equipped) ‰ Underbody – Check for damage and leaks, check the wheel well liners, underbody paneling and all lines are properly mounted ‰ Warning triangle – Check if present (if equipped) ‰ Windshield washer and headlight washing system – Add fluid if necessary. Check adjustment and function ‰ Wiper blades – Check condition and replace if necessary Additional Maintenance Items Work to be completed Interval Model Application ‰ Air filter – Replace Every 60,000 miles All vehicles ‰ AWD clutch – Change fluid (if equipped) Every 3 years regardless of mileage A3 quattro®, S3, RS 3, Q3, TT, TT Roadster, TTS, TT RS Coupe only ‰ Brake fluid – Change Every 2 years regardless of mileage All vehicles ‰ Dust and Pollen filter – Replace Every 20,000 miles or 2 years, whichever occurs first All vehicles ‰ Fragrance cartridges – Change (if equipped) Every 2 years regardless of mileage A6, A7, A8, Q8 only ‰ Rear Axle, quattro® Sport – Oil and ATF fluid changes Every 60,000 miles RS 5, S6, S7 only ‰ Ribbed V-belt compressor drive – Replace Every 60,000 miles Q7 6-cylinder only ‰ Ribbed V-belt starter/generator drive (including tensioner) – Replace Every 60,000 miles A6 4-cylinder only ‰ Spark plugs – Replace Every 30,000 miles or 3 years, whichever occurs first RS 3, RS 5, TT RS Coupe, S6, S7, A8 8-cylinder only ‰ Spark plugs – Replace Every 40,000 miles or 6 years, whichever occurs first S3, TTS, A4, S4, A4 allroad®, A5, S5, A6 4-cylinder, A6 6-cylinder, A7, A8 6-cylinder, Q5, SQ5, Q7 4-cylinder, Q8 only 3 11/15/2018 Additional Maintenance Items Work to be completed Interval Model Application ‰ Spark plugs – Replace Every 60,000 miles or 6 years, whichever occurs first Q7 6-cylinder only ‰ Spark plugs – Replace Every 80,000 miles or 6 years, whichever occurs first A3, Q3, TT, TT Roadster only ‰ S-Tronic transmission – Change fluid Every 40,000 miles RS 3 A4, A4 allroad®, A5 A6 4-cylinder, A6 6-cylinder, A7 Q5 TT RS Coupe only ‰ S-tronic transmission – Change fluid Every 80,000 miles A3, S3, TT, TT Roadster, TTS only

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