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Here are three common repairs Audi owners should know about (and how to fix them):

1. Oxygen Sensor

A damaged oxygen sensor or O2 sensor can cause the check engine light to illuminate. Car repair neglect, typical wear-and-tear and burning oil may all cause O2 sensors to fail. Damaged O2 sensors result in poor gas mileage and may even damage the car’s catalytic converter.

That’s why it’s essential for Audi owners to fix O2 sensor issues right away. Oxygen sensor repairs for these vehicles may also be challenging if vehicle owners need to replace multiple O2 sensors to fix or if vehicle owners lack the expertise to repair these sensors safely. So, it’s worthwhile to consider using a professional mechanic with Audi repair expertise, such as the ones from Werners European Auto of Salt Lake City, Utah.

2. Fuel Cap

Normal wear-and-tear can damage the fuel cap over time. A bad fuel cap may also trigger the warning lights of an Audi dashboard. It’s important for vehicle owners to address this issue as a damaged gas cap can lead to a gas leak, which can mean poor mileage. While vehicle owners can replace a gas cap on their own, a reliable mechanic can quickly identify the issue and determine if the gas cap is the problem. Audi experts like the team at Werners European Auto of Salt Lake City, Utah, can also ensure the vehicle has a manufacturer-produced fuel cap to ensure proper fit and durability.

3. Engine Misfire

An ignition boot failure or bad spark plugs can cause an engine misfire. Engine misfires can bring down the car’s emissions quality and result in poor mileage. Water from rain or even a car wash can break down the rubber from the ignition boot. So, it’s essential for Audi owners to have a mechanic fix this issue to ensure they get the best emissions quality and fuel economy.

Final Thoughts

Staying ahead of repairs is essential for Audi vehicle owners. So, it’s worth knowing when to recognize common repair issues and to keep up with scheduled vehicle maintenance. Audi owners can find reputable ASE-certified mechanics from Werners European Auto of Salt Lake City, Utah. Whether Audi owners require an O2 sensor replacement or repair bad spark plugs, they can contact Werners European Auto today to schedule an appointment for Audi repairs.


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