Do Audi A4 have transmission problems?

Do Audi A4 have transmission problems?

Audi automatic transmission problems Surging sensation when accelerating from a standstill. Loss of reverse gear (a common problem on Audi A4 CVT) Loss of gearshifts (stuck in one gear) Delay in engagement of forward and reverse gears.

Why do I have to force my car into gear?

The first culprit to suspect when your vehicle refuses to go into gear is low transmission fluid. Perhaps your fluid is leaking or low, and that may cause your car problems having a smooth gear transmission. Pull out the fluid dipstick, wipe it clean, return it and then pull it out again.

How much does it cost to replace an Audi A4 transmission?

There could be multiple failing parts, which will make it more expensive for you. If you need to repair your Audi transmission, you should plan on spending anywhere from $1,800 to $5,000.

Why does my Audi A4 go into gear but not drive?

First thought it is the clutch rather than the gearbox. A friend of mine has recently purchased an Audi A4 from a salvage yard.. For future reference, don’t let your mate buy cars from a salvage yard, there will be a reason it’s ended up in there hands. Learn2Merge is spot on; that needs to go up on a ramp and have some basic fault finding done.

What are the most common problems with an Audi A4?

While the problems below aren’t the norm they are the most common issues for the A4. Failed circuit board for the Engine Management System Premature wear on the suspension components which can lead to steering alignment issues Perhaps the most common problem that Audi A4 owners run into is subpar repair service from the dealership.

When does an Audi A4 engine shut off?

17 people found this helpful. Car starts fine and runs god normally when it is not too hot and the ac is not running. Days when it is hot and i have driven for a bit, then leave the car out in the sun and then drive for a bit, the engine just stalls.

What kind of car goes into gear but doesnt drive?

We had a mates corsa that would go into gear with the clutch down and when you released the clutch it wouldnt move you could climb out the car and it would sit in gear on its own. Although its not a corsa, something to bear in mind. I would say some of the driveline is missing.