Maintenance Schedule for your Audi

Maintenance Schedule for your Audi

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Owning an Audi means you have a luxurious vehicle that offers enough style, comfort, convenience, and safety to satisfy any driver. But, being such an incredible vehicle, you want to ensure that you give it the care it deserves. Here at Audi Gainesville, we want to help ensure your Audi gets that care. Owners should service their Audi models 2017 and newer every 10,000 miles. But there are slight variations to each service. That's why we'd like to offer you a detailed maintenance schedule to help you keep your vehicle in peak condition for all the many miles to come. Continue reading below to learn more!

10,000 miles

At 10,000 miles, you should change your Audi's oil and oil filter. At the same time, you should also have a tire rotation performed to ensure that the tires wear evenly. Additionally, it's crucial to inspect the brake pads and rotors. With each service, the experienced technicians here in the service center here at Audi Gainesville will give your Audi a thorough multi-point inspection.

20,000 miles

At 20,000 miles, your Audi will need another oil change as well as additional services. First, the battery terminals should be checked for corrosion and leaks. Also, you should have the cooling system checked that the temperature is to specification, 77 degrees Fahrenheit. If necessary, coolant should be added. Next, the driveshaft boots should be checked for tears to ensure grease is not leaking. Lastly, the suspension should be inspected for loose connections. This service should also be when the engine air filter gets checked and replaced if necessary.

30,000 miles

At 30,000 miles, your Audi will need a few additional services on top of the usual oil and filter change. First, the spark plugs should be checked and replaced if necessary, as should the wiper blades. The windshield washer fluid should be checked and topped off if necessary as well. The engine compartment should be checked as well for fluid or exhaust leaks. In addition, the brake system should be including the brake fluid condition, brake lines, calipers, pads, and rotors.

60,000 miles

When your Audi reaches 60,000 miles, the usual services and inspections should be performed as well as a few others. First, the cabin air filter should be replaced. The exhaust system should also be inspected for damage and leaks. Next, all exterior lighting should be checked to ensure all the bulbs are still working correctly and pointed in the correct direction. At 60,000 miles, a road test by a certified Audi technician is recommended to ensure that every driving function is working correctly. After 60,000 miles, you should continue getting services every 10,000 miles and continue the checks at each recommended interval.

Where to get Audi service near me

We hope that this page has given you the information you need to know about your Audi and its service requirements. If you need service, reach out to the skilled service center here at Audi Gainesville. Here, our mechanics have years of experience and training working with all Audi years and models. From routine maintenance like oil changes and multi-point inspections to diagnostics and mechanical repairs, the service experts at Audi Gainesville are here to keep your Audi on the road for years to come! Book a service appointment by calling us directly or using our service scheduler right here on our website.

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