VIN Check Report: WAUGGAFC6CN152094
Audi A6 2012
|Vehicle Specification||22 Record(s)|
|Accidental Record||View All Records|
|Lien Record||Records Found!|
|Theft Record||View Records|
|NHTSA Technical Service Bulletins||10 Record(s)|
|NHTSA Recalls||7 Record(s)|
|Trim Level||3.0T Premium quattro|
|VIN Sequential Number||152094|
AUDI issued recalls for A6 2012
Manufactured in Germany by AUDI
Covert Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram
Dealer: Covert Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram
Basic Warranty: Expired
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No Salvage Information Available in Our Database.
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|Engine||3.0L V6 DOHC 24V TURBO|
|Anti Brake System||4-Wheel ABS|
|Overall Height||57.80 inches|
|Overall Length||193.90 inches|
|Overall Width||73.80 inches|
|Highway Mileage||28 miles/gallon|
|City Mileage||19 miles/gallon|
These "secret warranties," TSBs cover known problems and provide repair instructions for service technicians and accordingly are distributed to all of the manufacturer's dealerships. Generally these repairs will be free of charge only if the vehicle is still under warranty.
|11/01/2011||125000 EXTERIOR LIGHTING:BRAKE LIGHTS||AUDI: ON CERTAIN MODEL YEAR 2008 TO 2013 VEHICLES, DURING ADJUSTMENT OR REMOVAL, BRAKE LIGHT SENSORS BEING REPLACED ARE DAMAGED, PREVENTING PROPER ANALYSIS. *PE|
|11/15/2011||356000 EQUIPMENT ADAPTIVE||AUDI: INFORMATION REGARDING CERTAIN 2011-2012 MODEL YEAR VEHICLES REARVIEW CAMERA MODULES WHICH WERE NOT AVAILABLE AND HAD RECEIVED THE CAMERA PREP INSTEAD OF FULL REARVIEW FUNCTIONALITY CAMERA. *PE UPDATED 2/8/12. *PE|
|07/23/2012||353000 EQUIPMENT:ELECTRICAL||AUDI: THE LANE CHANGE ASSISTANT CAN BE DISABLED OR INOPERATIVE, IF INDICATOR LAMP HAS SPORADIC SHORT CIRCUIT. *PE|
|01/10/2012||110000 ELECTRICAL SYSTEM||AUDI: AT TIME OF INSPECTION, ISSUE WITH LANE CHANGE ASSISTANT MAY NOT BE PRESENT. LANE CHANGE ASSISTANT IS SPORADICALLY INOPERATIVE OR INOPERATIVE AND INDICATOR LAMP MAY HAVE SPORADIC SHORT CIRCUIT CAUSING IT TO BE DISABLE. *PE|
|10/10/2012||060000 ENGINE (PWS)||SUMMARY TO BE PROVIDED ON A FUTURE DATE.|
|06/02/2015||060000 ENGINE (PWS)||Supersedes Technical Service Bulletin Group 17 number 14-53 dated November 7, 2014. A check with the engine oil service dipstick T40178 is necessary, but the adjustment values for the dipstick are not available in the Elsa repair manual. Be|
|05/21/2015||120000 EXTERIOR LIGHTING||Supersedes Technical Service Bulletin Group 94 number 12-96 dated November 1, 2012. Part or all of the daytime running lights do not work on vehicles equipped with LED daytime running lights. For vehicles with halogen daytime running lights|
|10/10/2012||110000 ELECTRICAL SYSTEM||MIL on. DTCs for the cam actuators are stored in ECM memory. After the activation of the cam actuator to change to the other cam profile, the pin of the actuator is pushed back in by the cam. This is confirmed by a voltage impulse, which is|
|10/20/2015||011000 STEERING:WHEEL AND HANDLE BAR||Supersedes Technical Service Bulletin Group 46 number 14-86 dated July 14, 2014. DO NOT use this TSB if there is another TSB for same concern applicable to the VIN. This TSB is only intended for diagnostic purposes and does not serve as a g|
|06/15/2015||015300 STEERING:HYDRAULIC POWER ASSIST:POWER STEERING FLUID||This document contains a fluid capacity chart as well as a chart that contains the parts and part numbers needed for service.|
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