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Published Date: 10/13/2015

How to maintain your Audi

To ensure that your Audi is kept in good shape there are a few things that you need to keep on top of. Don’t panic, we have a list of things that we would advise you keep an eye on, just to ensure you get the best out of your Audi at all times.

Firstly, change the break fluid every two years to make sure that your Audi stops as well as it goes. Brake fluid is hygroscopic, which means that it absorbs fluid over time and reduces the temperature at which the fluid boils. This has the potential to make stopping distances longer and lead to brake failure.

Change your cambelt every five years or 75,000 miles. The cambelt is one of the hardest working components of the engine and, as it is made of rubber, it will deteriorate over time. It should be replaced in good time to avoid engine damage.

Have your air-conditioning serviced regularly. A build-up of bacteria and other particles can reduce its efficiency and cause illness, as well as creating unpleasant odours. An air-conditioning service is recommended every two years, something our trained technicians will do to the highest standard.

Lastly, we advise that you change your transmission fluid every 40,000 miles to ensure that gear changes remain seamless. The fluid acts as both a lubricant and coolant in your transmission system, so it is very important it remains as fresh as possible.

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