2004 AUDI A4 MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE PDF

Dark car logo [email protected] Audi A4 maintenance. It’s important to keep up with the Manufacturer’s Recommended Maintenance Schedule for your Car or Truck. Audi service plan for vehicles made in , , and Audi Maintenance at 5, miles and every subsequent 20, mile interval. This service At 55, miles only for the A4 and A8: Clean housing and replace air filter. For the A4. In the first section, you are able to download the official Audi Maintenance Schedule for each model year from through Below that you will find the.

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To start viewing posts, select the forum section that you want to visit from the selection below. Results 1 to 19 of Thread Tools Show Printable Version. Register or Log In now! My son has an A4 Avant 1.

Of course, as a college kid away from maintensnce nothing has been done and the dash light says service. The car runs great. Before contacting someone to work on it I would like to understand the required intervals and maintenance above k miles. Can’t seem to find a table anywhere on the internet or here, though I just got here.

Please point me towards it, if it exists. Here’s the answer to your question: Scheeule best indicator of what service needs to be done next is documented service history. If you can list what was done at that “recent major service”, knowledgeable folks here maintenancf tell you what to check next. Another recommended step if you have not done so naintenance, is to take the car to a trusted Audi specialist who can check the car thoroughly and give you an honest rundown 204 what needs attention asap, what will need to be done in the near-term and what looks like mainenance has been recently replaced.

A good shop that knows these cars will know what to look for based on where the car has lived throughout its life. Seeing that you are in California, you will likely have less severe rust issues due to winter salt, but most of the rubber components would have been subjected to heat effects and may be deteriorating faster than in a mild climate. Mint condition silver B6 passenger fender. Thanks Eljay, I have that table and will follow your advice.

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The table only goes to k. Do we just extrapolate out with the same tasks and dates incremented proportionally? Here’s what I’ve done with my A4 1. Since it ends at k, simply wrap around to the beginning and carry forward your miles to determine the next service interval. You should change your screen name to Preventive Maintenance Guy. This car is what I look like on the inside.

I wish my kid loved his car the way CyberPMG does.

Service Schedule and History

I feel that if I had this kind of car when I was in college it would had been kept a showpiece. No chips off this block. I think to follow CyberPMG my son will perceive a loss of beer money but so will a major break down. I will extrapolate from the chart for a check list, aui our soon the chosen mechanics advice and help the boy watch bank his account given his disposition on the car hoping his love maintenancf this great machine will evolve.

More sound advice on this topic is still welcome from this great group. Little stuff so far. I would just add control arms and engine and transmission mounts to the wear item list to check if these were x4 addressed. Originally Posted by lilc. I have a stupid question How did you know your oil pump went out? Did the oil pressure dummy light turn on? Brad Quattro 1. Good guide, with the longevity to back it up!

Since I’m at Malntenance on the original fuel sxhedule, thinking I should replace that. I’ve got an early-build ; isn’t there an upgrade I should be considering from a later model? No upgrade required unless you’re going with a really big turbo. There was a recall on built fuel pumps that have since been replaced. All new OEM pumps are fine to use. There was a defect in the building of the fuel pumps back in that resulted in a recall.

All OEM fuel pumps built from on are all fine and built to the same specs. There are aftermarket high flow fuel pumps, but for reliability for an A4 that has not undergone a major upgrade to the turbo and engine, the OEM fuel pump will do just fine. The key to reliability is to replace the fuel filter to get rid of any trapped particles which schedulw cause stress on the pump.

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Service Intervals and Maintenance Tasks above K miles A4 T

Other practice is to not wait until scyedule gas tank is at empty to fill up. The less mzintenance in the tank, the more stress is placed on the fuel pump. Details are sketchy in my head, hence the vagueness. I had no light and no code. As it hit the end of life, I started hearing a ticking noise from the cam chain tensioner. The pump was putting out enough pressure to stay above minimum, but barely. When the shop opened it up to address the cam guide, they saw the scoring on the cam lobes and saw oil starvation.

Replaced the cams and still saw oil starvation. Replaced the oil pump, and saw lots of smoke coming out damage already done to the cylinders. Compression tests shown total loss in cylinders 2 and 3 to render the engine done. There was nothing blocking the oil in the sump or pickup tube. The pump simply ran out of life.

Your Guide to Audi Scheduled Maintenance Intervals and Procedures

I figure that I still got good life out of the oil pump at k miles. So I would say it’s likely good preventative schdule to replace it a bit sooner Originally Posted by eljay. But would consistent falling oil pressure trend predict the pump failure or are they bust and done type items?

Especially so when you take into account the fact that the factory essentially considers these “lifetime” parts without any stated replacement interval. Are there any other items that fall into that category?

The car has been driven form Canada to Florida several times and everywhere in between.

Car still runs like a champ but has a leak in the radiator and needs new bushings and mounts. The car is now being driven by our daughter. Overall the B6 has maintenace a great car. It still looks good and is fun to drive. Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del. All times are GMT The time now is Audizine is not endorsed by or affiliated with Audi AG.